Alfa Romeo to get a Ferrari V6 Car Review
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has confirmed that Alfa Romeo to get a six-cylinder engine “drift-Ferrari” for use in a future model.
Alfa also benefit from a four-pot “high performance” Machionne revealed, and both will be built at Fiat Group plant in Termoli.
A V6 Ferrari for Alfa Romeo is good news, is not it? It is part of the bailout largest Alfa by CEO Harald Wester announced last summer, plans to build a suitable rival BMW 3 Series, a rival 5-Series, a successor to the Giulietta, a couple of crosses and includes – thumb – a large, front engine spider.
This is the bailout of large Alfa
Marchionne and hopes that its new engines to be sold as molding for installation of delivering over 200,000 units – “half the total of the amounts advanced Alfa Romeo 2018 plan.”
“This high-tech project is an essential part of our commitment to Alfa Romeo,” Marchionne said.
No word on how much energy you could make based on the V6 Ferrari, or even its size. A change to three liters would be a safe bet, however, if naturally aspirated or turbo, is still unclear.
We will learn more in the near future. But this could be Ferrari-derived V6 that appears to be a smaller Ferrari? Place your bets below …