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I have a '67 GTV and it is REALLY nice not to see the brand just fade away like Lancia et al. Looks like a mini ferrari again...
That would be the worst time to be back on US market. Let's see if it survives. First thought about the car: nice classic lines, second though : what is with big front overhang?
It seems to already be a success, there were only 99 slated for North America, of which all are sold without anyone even taking sight of the car. If they keep their production numbers conservative and limited, they should have little problem selling this car annually.
True that, but it takes many many years to recoupe money from R&D and we are heading towards mother of all depressions. So, even if they owned by Fiat (not sure about it) they might face a hard times with new supercar in this market.
The number of 8Cs destined for American market has been spoken for looooooong time ago. When Alfa models finally make an appearance here they'd be sold via a tiny handful of Maserati outlets. That, coupled with premium pricing even within their respective segments shall see to it that any schnook can't simply waltz in and buy one.