We’ll Say Goodbye To Alfa Romeo Spider And Brera This Fall
This fall Pininfarina will stop the production of the Alfa Romeo Spider and Brera models. The coupe and the convertible will not have a successor replacing them in the Italian’s line-up.
The Alfa Romeo fans will have to say goodbye staring this fall to the models that impressed them for five years, by their special design. We are talking about Alfa Romeo Spider and Alfa Romeo Brera, the convertible and the coupe built at the Pininfarina plant in Grugliasco.
After Pininfarina will stop the production of the two Italian models, the designer will also stop the assembly of the Ford Focus CC convertible. In this conditions, the Italian designer will have to move his plant in Grugliasco on the reserves bench, all the assembly lines and the other facilities of the production unit will pass to Gian Mario Rossignolo, the new owner of the De Tomaso brand.
Returning to the two models that Alfa Romeo will drop starting this fall, we have to say that the Fiat subsidiary has no plans in developing successors for Berra or Spider.
Even so, Alfa Romeo Brera and Spider will remain two of the Italian cars that touched the hearts of the Alfa brand fans.