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Alfa Romeo Tonale Coming in 2022
At Miller Motorcars: Alfa Romeo of Greenwich, we are always ecstatic when we hear of a new model being released. The 2022 Alfa Romeo Tonale is looking to put its Italian spin on the hybrid market when it arrives in showrooms. It will be the first battery-electric Alfa Romeo, and we can expect excellent performance and style from this new model. The Tonale is named after a mountain pass in Northern Italy that offers some of the best driving roads in the world. With its sleek styling and excellent performance, we have no doubt that the Tonale will live up to its namesake.
The Tonale was first unveiled as a concept car at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019. It’s clear that Alfa Romeo has put a lot of thought into this new model, and we can’t wait to see it hit the roads. Here are some of the highlights of the Tonale:
It will be a battery-electric vehicle with an all-new powertrain.
The Tonale will be the first Alfa Romeo to feature a battery-electric powertrain. This new technology is sure to deliver excellent performance and fuel economy.
It will have a sleek, sporty design.
It will sit in the SUV category alongside the BMW X1, Volvo XC40, and underneath the Alfa Romeo Stelvio
The estimated price of Alfa Romeo’s new hybrid SUV is $35,000. While they have not released an official price yet, this gives us a good idea of what to expect. The Tonale is scheduled to hit showrooms in 2022, and we can’t wait to see it on the roads. We are expecting its model hierarchy to follow the order of the Giulia and Stelvio, which is: base model, Sport, Ti, Ti Sport, and Ti Lusso (from the lowest tier to the highest tier). It is likely that with its sleek styling and excellent performance, this new Alfa Romeo is sure to be a hit.
While full details are still slightly under wraps, we do know that the plug-in Tonale will be equipped with a new, rear-mounted electric motor that will provide power to the wheels and assist the frontal motor–an internal combustion engine. This engine will likely be a turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
This will be paired with Alfa Romeo’s front-wheel-drive transmission (a deviation from their traditional rear-wheel-drive models), which is promised to deliver excellent performance and fuel economy. Of course, there will be an all-wheel-drive version of the vehicle that will provide even better performance.
The design of the Tonale was inspired by the Alfasud, which was produced from 1970 to 1982. It has a sleek, sporty look that is sure to turn heads on the road. The Tonale will sit in the SUV category, and it is expected to be a direct competitor of models such as the BMW X-series, Volvo XC40, and Audi Q.
According to photos, the exterior of the Tonale will be sleek and stylish, with a sporty look that is sure to catch the attention of passersby. It has a sloping roofline and angular lines that give it an aggressive stance. The front end features Alfa Romeo’s trademark triangular grille, which sets it apart from other hybrids on the market.
From photos that we have seen, the interior is sure to be just as luxurious as the exterior. It will feature high-quality materials and a sleek, modern design. The infotainment system is expected to be state of the art and will include all of the latest features as well. It also seems to have adopted a very futuristic look; the central control console has fewer dials and also features a fully digital display and interface. There is also an abundance of USB connectors for phones and other devices.
As a 5-seater SUV, it will comfortably be able to transport a family of four. The rear seats appear to be quite spacious, and there is plenty of legroom. There is also an abundance of storage space, with a large trunk and several smaller compartments located throughout the cabin.
There also looks to be ample storage in the hybrid SUV and part of that is owed to the adoption of the FWD platform. While the battery may compromise some of this additional space, it appears to have a very reasonable amount of storage for an SUV.
We still do not have a lot of information about the charging and battery life of the Tonale, but we can expect that it will be able to charge quickly using Alfa Romeo’s fast-charging system. It is also expected to have a range of approximately 31 miles on a battery charge only. Unfortunately, without knowing what is under the hood, it is impossible to accurately estimate the true fuel economy of the Alfa Romeo Tonale.
The Tonale is not expected to hit showrooms until 2022, but you can be sure that we will have them here at Miller Motorcars: Alfa Romeo of Greenwich. We are passionate about our vehicles, so you can rest assured that we will have them in our inventory of new vehicles as soon as possible!
If you are interested in leasing one of these new Alfas, our team can help you get started. We have a simple and easy-to-use online leasing process that will allow you to find the perfect vehicle for your needs. We also offer competitive rates and terms, so be sure to contact us today to learn more!
If you are interested in purchasing one of these new Alfas, our team can help you get started. We have a simple and easy-to-use online financing process that will allow you to find the perfect vehicle for your needs at the ideal rate. All you have to do first is fill out our online application for pre-approval!
We couldn’t be more excited to welcome the new Alfa Romeo Tonale to our lineup here at Miller Motorcars: Alfa Romeo of Greenwich. Be sure to stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to its release! In the meantime, feel free to check out our inventory to see other Alfa Romeos that you may like.
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