TURIN — The next Alfa 156 could be 4-wheel-drive (4wd) under a plan by Fiat Auto to offer 4wd on every car it produces, from the tiniest Fiat baby car to the next-generation Alfa 166. “I want to have the availability of 4-wheel-drive in every segment,” says Roberto Testore, Fiat Auto president, “That is not to say we will build 4-wheel-drive of each, but we must have the possibility of doing it. Testore admits this means the next-generation Fiat Punto and Brava, and Alfa's new 156, GTV ...

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