TURIN — Wolfgang Egger, who styled the 156 and 147, has returned to Alfa Romeo as design boss. Egger replaces Andreas Zapatinas, who left suddenly 10 days ago after apparently disagreeing with Fiat Auto SpA’s decision to hand over basic design responsibility for a number of new Alfa models to outside designers. Alfa has confirmed that Pininfarina SpA beat out the in-house proposal for the new Spider. Egger first worked at Alfa Romeo in 1989 but 10 years later followed Walter de Silva, ...

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