Introducing the new Alfa Romeo Milano, a sleek entry-level crossover from the Italian automaker. The Milano sits below the Tonale in Alfa Romeo’s lineup but unfortunately won’t be available in the US market. The exterior boasts a clean and modern design, featuring Matrix LED lights, a new take on the iconic scudetto grille, and stylish wheels with design references to the classic Giulia TZ.

The Milano will be available in three variants: Ellettrica, Ellettrica Veloce, and Ibrida. The top-tier Veloce EV boasts an impressive 237 horsepower to the front wheels through a Torsen mechanical differential. It also features a quick steering ratio, sports suspension, and new anti-roll bars with monoblock brake calipers.

The base EV model generates 154 horsepower from a 54 kWh battery and offers an estimated WLTP-rated range of 255 miles. It can be charged up to 100 kW as well. The hybrid version of the Milano will be available in 2025, featuring a turbo 1.2L engine that produces 134 horsepower. It will be paired with a 48V battery and a 28 horsepower motor mounted inside the 6-speed DCT to drive the front or all four wheels.

The interior of the Milano is equally impressive, featuring a dual 10.25-inch cockpit and unique Alfa Romeo design traits such as glowing snake emblems in the air vents, an alcantara seat belt, and sporty seats with wild-looking design elements.

Pricing in Europe starts at under $32,200 USD and lease deals will be under $215 a month. Alfa MiTo and Giulietta owners will receive even more discounts.

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