Alfa Romeo Milano EV

Alfa Romeo plans to have an entirely electric lineup by 2027 and has just announced its first EV — the subcompact Milano crossover. The Milano will be offered with hybrid and electric powertrains when it goes on sale in Europe later in 2024 and is not expected to come to the US. Measuring just over 164 inches long, the Milano shares a platform with the Jeep Avenger and the Fiat 600e and looks far better than either of its siblings. The iconic Alfa grille gets a treatment with either the serpent-and-cross logo or the classic Alfa script in a mesh pattern. Four spoke or Alfa's telephone dial wheels are available depending on trim. Alfa manages to separate the Milano from its stablemates with a sportier-looking steering wheel, a telescope design for the gauge cluster, and four-leaf clover-shaped HVAC vents as seen on the Quadrifoglio badge. The Milano Elettrica will come with either a 154 or 237-horsepower single-motor, front-wheel drive powertrain with 250 miles of range based on the forgiving European WLTP test.

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