TURIN -- Alfa Romeo, riding a wave of confidence, plans seven new models over the next 24-months, not counting the 156 GTA and revised 156s. See related story Revitalized by the 156 and sustained by the 147, Alfa now has the financial clout and resolve to conceive a long-term plan that includes a return to the U.S.; a host of all-wheel-drive variants; and GTA niche models of literally everything in the pipeline. The Italians believe that 500,000 cars annually is a realistic 10-year ...

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