AutoThe Tonale resurrects Alfa Romeo

The Tonale resurrects Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo enters the world of electrification, while staying true to its DNA , with the new Tonale. A compact SUV that silences the rumors of the end of the manufacturer and marks a true metamorphosis. The model, already in production with the exclusive ‘Edizione Speciale’ launch version, will be available with two hybrid petrol variants of 120 and 160 hp, a 275 plug-in variant with the DGT badge 0, and also with a diesel engine of 131 hp. Its sensual and careful silhouette responds to the latest launches of the firm, which is committed to maintaining a very homogeneous line since the beginning of its history. Purity is your best argument.

Alfa Romeo’s Pomigliano d’Arco factory, one of the most advanced industrial facilities in the automotive world historically known as ‘Alfa Sud’, has been chosen to take on the new challenge. In fact, a new assembly line dedicated to the launch of the new Tonale has been built, with cutting-edge technologies and unprecedented levels of automation. The plant was established in 1972 to produce nothing more and nothing less than Alfasud . Since then, more than 5 million vehicles have rolled off its production lines; it is now one of the most advanced manufacturing facilities in the automotive world. In the last decade, the plant has been completely reorganized; The application of the most efficient manufacturing methods has started a process of continuous improvement that has borne fruit in various recognitions and awards over the years.

A few days before production of the Tonale begins, CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato has visited the plant to meet the team that will produce the latest pre-series vehicles. The visit is part of the monthly meetings that Imparato has held at the plant since his appointment, in each of which he has met with the suppliers involved and the Alfa Romeo team. There are two priorities that have been taken into account in these meetings: quality, as an essential factor to put a premium car into production; and team spirit, creating a cohesive team that is proud to be involved in the launch of such an important vehicle.


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