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|06-10-2017 09:58 PM|
Once it can support another 10 cylinder, sure.
I can see Alfa making another roadster, but a smaller one, definitely can't imagine them coming out with a "supercar" anytime soon though. They have bigger things to focus on, such as high production and high sales.
|06-02-2017 03:39 PM|
|siezn||Well I heard they have plans to bring back the 8C. Both that and the Viper can share a platform. These days car makers are looking to do that more than ever making this likely to happen, but we still have to wait for confirmation. Alfa wants the growth and are getting closer to stepping into that segment.|
|05-30-2017 05:32 PM|
|Dino||Wouldn't doubt it but by that time, I'd be interested to see what the DNA of the Alfa Romeo will have transitioned to. Either way, I doubt they'll mess it up as they've done a good job since they've began.|
|05-26-2017 12:41 PM|
|siezn||We shouldn't expect it any time soon but with all the performance vehicle focused growth happening at FCA, odds are some of it will eventually led to a new Viper. Don't be surprised if we see it sharing DNA with a new Alfa Romeo.|
|05-21-2017 11:26 PM|
|Dino||I can't see the Viper coming back for a while but when it does, I'm really hoping they keep it front engine. The Viper is one of the most iconic American vehicles ever. They had something that worked amazingly and wowed everyone who has ever been in the presence of one for many obvious reasons.|
|05-12-2017 02:30 PM|
Originally Posted by Dino View Post
But aside from extreme's like that, on more affordable levels they're doing amazing. Fiesta ST and Focus RS are stand-out products, some might say they are like the old Cosworths.
|05-08-2017 03:46 PM|
|Dino||I agree. Now I think the American performance cars are going to be taking a turn especially looking at the route Chevy is taking with the Corvette. That'll definitely be a game changer.|
|05-07-2017 02:02 AM|
Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
This is probably the greatest time for American Performance cars since the 60's-70's.
|04-30-2017 02:51 PM|
|Jeff||Definitely. Then adding to that, all of the affiliate performance companies they work with like Roush and what not|
|04-28-2017 03:05 PM|
|Dino||Ford has always been about their performance vehicles though, look at the Mustang heritage for years lol. The SVT F150 was another one from a while back.|
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