TURIN — The Turin International Motor Show this month offers a peek at the new Alfa Romeo 147, due to replace the 3-door 145 and the 5-door 146 later this year. The new model range will focus attention on a single and very strong design for both the 3- and 5-door configurations. The Italian automaker says it is not ready to deliver the new car but decided to support the show with its world premiere. With most car manufacturers showcasing products already unveiled at previous shows, Turin ...

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