This summer, Fiat will unveil the new Alfa Romeo 6C in a special edition that’s been revealed online.
The model’s name will be revealed on the car’s exterior as well as in the cabin, with the base price set at £29,990.
The new model will be the first car from the new Fiat brand to be powered by a hybrid system.
The new version will feature a petrol engine that’s claimed to be 100 per cent electric.
In the new car, the turbocharged V6 petrol engine has been combined with the 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 twin-cam V6 that has been powering the V6 sedan since the Giulia Giulia.
This is a major change from the V8 petrol engine used in the Giulias, which is rated at 350bhp and produces 450lb ft of torque.
The Alfa is said to have a new, lower weight structure, with aluminium alloy wheels that are less dense than the ones used in previous models.
The engine’s electric motor also has a much shorter stroke, which gives the car a more responsive, but not necessarily faster, ride.
This will mean that the new model is more comfortable in the corners than previous models, as it will not need to rev the engines hard to compensate for the lack of power.
The petrol engine will be paired with a new six-speed automatic transmission, which should be capable of taking a maximum torque of 350Nm and will also provide the car with an impressive 5,000km/h (3,700mph) top speed.
The car will also be equipped with new brake discs and an all-new carbon fibre front grille.
Fiat is also offering a range of interior features, with some models being available with a rear seat that can be removed for easier storage.
The Alfa will also have a full-sized rearview camera, along with a six-speaker audio system, rear-view camera with night vision and a heated steering wheel.