TURIN—Alfa Romeo SpA again has postponed its long-awaited return to the U.S. market, this time from 2005 to 2007, due to dramatic changes in Alfa’s future model program. "Our idea now is to have a full range of cars, including a crossover model, when we return to America," says new Alfa boss Daniele Bandiera. "Looking at our business case, when we will have a full product range and distribution network, the most favorable time for Alfa is 2007." Alfa Romeo has new plans for ...

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