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The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, revealed on 25th May 2020 that car dealerships will be allowed to reopen in England on 1st June provided the dealerships can meet the Covid-19 secure guidelines to protect shoppers and workers.

FCA UK intend to fully support the opening of the majority of Alfa Romeo retail outlets in England on 1st June for Sales, Service and Parts, and MOPAR are already sending PPE equipment and additional training and accompanying signage in preparation.

  • New Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models demonstrate strength of Alfa Romeo to go beyond and constantly improve, as it has for 110 years
  • Top-of-the-range Giulia and Stelvio complement renowned supercar-level performance with exclusive new components and wide range of new design features, connectivity and safety
The presentation of the Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA on 2 March attracted tremendous interest among car enthusiasts. In the 110th year of Alfa Romeo, the brand is combining its illustrious heritage with typically Italian style, performance, design and “know-how” to offer Giulia GTA customers a completely customised experience.

Alfa Romeo has confirmed that the Giulietta will reach end of life before the end of 2020, replaced indirectly with the new Tonale SUV.

Fabio Migliavacca, Product Marketing Manager for Alfa Romeo, said "Giulietta is expected to finish its life at the end of this year.  The trend is to have SUVs in the C-segment, so the Tonale SUV will be the replacement for Giulietta".

Arnaud Leclerc, Managing Director, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK & Ireland, is to be promoted to the position of Head of Alfa Romeo, for Europe, Middle East and Africa. He succeeds Alberto Cavaggioni, who has left the company. Mr Leclerc will continue in his current position as UK MD alongside this new role.

Mr Leclerc will oversee operations for all Alfa Romeo functions within the region and reports directly to Pietro Gorlier, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Chief Operating Officer, EMEA region as well as Tim Kuniskis, Global Head of Alfa Romeo.


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