The Alfa Romeo brand will make its long-awaited comeback to North America in 2012, Fiat Automobiles Group CEO Sergio Marchionne reveals. All of the marque's future models will be designed for sale in North America, according to Fiat's product-program plan released today. Alfa's return will be led by its Giulia sedan and wagon models and a C-segment vehicle derived from a Chrysler Group LLC platform, Marchionne says today at an extensive backgrounder webcast from Turin, Italy, laying out ...

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