TURIN – Alfa Romeo SpA is about to unleash the most ambitious new-model program of its 94-year history. Between 2004-2008, the Italian sports-car maker plans to renew it’s entire range; enter new niches – including a small cross/utility vehicle to take on BMW AG’s new X3 and a 400-hp supercar to rival Porsche’s 911 Turbo – and introduce a range of all-new 4-cyl. and V-6 engines. The strategy culminates in the surprise return to a front-engine/rear-drive layout for an all-new 167 ...

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