https://www.autoedizione.nl/alfa-romeo-moet-flink-groeien-dankzij-drie-suvs/ (Pls use Google Translate) The Giulia will be followed by a close-sibling sports-cuv: the Stelvio (d-suv), by end-2016 or a bit later. Then in 2017: a c-suv, very similar to the all-new Guilietta large rwd premium-hatchback that'll follow closely. And then, if all goes well-enough sales and margins-wise: a larger e-suv in end-2018. Only then will the old Alfa-style spider and coupe appear, if at all, to replace the exotic 4C, let alone the e-sedan, which may sit in a declining market segment globally (even in the usa and china, let alone europe). besides, at the e- and f-segments: FCA has Maserati and the 2018-2019 7-seat Range Rover competing 7-seat JEEP Grand Wagoneer. These Alfa sporty rwd cuv-s will all likely be twinned to Dodge as well as to at least 1 Jeep (likely: the Cherokee replacement), between now and 2019 or so, for the usa market. Just as the next-gen Jeep Grand Cherokee and/or Wagoneer will be closely related to the Maserati Levante. i.e., shared (rumoured to about 75odd%) components and engineering, perhaps even assembly/manufacturing plant, but different brands+branding, different price points, different dealers (mostly), different geographies/markets. i.e., economies of scale DESPITE lacking the sprawling (sub)model lineups of the German car companies.