TURIN – Alfa Romeo Automobiles SpA will give less deep-pocketed admirers of its high-priced 8C Competizione model something to shoot for when it rolls out its new Mito hatchback in July. The Italian auto maker showed off the sports compact, which combines some of the muscle, stance and front-end design cues of the 8C with a smaller, less expensive package, during the last few days of the Geneva auto show held earlier this month. The Mito name, meaning myth, combines the first two letters ...

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