With determination and a clear vision of the future, Alfa Romeo does not give in to new standards. Despite the imminent introduction of the Euro 7 regulations in the European Union scheduled for July 2025, the Biscione has confirmed its intention to keep its prestigious and high-performance in production 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 engine.
The confirmation comes directly from Jean-Philippe Learned, CEO of the Arese brand, who told Autocar that the brand's objective is continue to use this thruster in future projects. Perhaps, in the next supercar arriving in 2026.
Although he did not reveal specific details on the next applications,amminato has no doubts regarding its use, stating: “I expect the details of the Euro 7 proposals this month. 39;year. I want something that is in line with the new legislation and that is interesting.”
MANY MANAGERS ARE WORRIED ABOUT THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF EURO 7
But as Euro 7 restrictions loom, many car manufacturers are forced to make drastic choices. Carlos Tavares, CEO of Stellantis, expressed concern about the rising costs of more expensive cars. small due to the new standard.
Even Luca de Meo, CEO of the Renault Group and president of the ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers' Association), believes that these changes could divert companies' attention from full electrification. The rules, however, could change given that the European Council has taken a more positive position. soft. The approval process, however, is still long.
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