TURIN — Sales of the Alfa Romeo 145 and 146 are better than ever and the production plant at Pomigliano d'Arco, Italy, is working on three shifts to deliver as many 145, 146 and 156s as possible. But the Fiat Auto SpA executives in charge of the brand are not resting on laurels. Alfa is doing all it can to deliver more 156's with the Selespeed clutchless-manual system, while developing the system for all 156 models and eventually all Alfa cars. Alfa also is readying the new 156 Sport ...
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