According to Auto Express, the brand is probably going to update the Giulietta and the 4C.
'In order to complete the Alfa range of products,' Alfa's Chief Technical Officer Roberto Fedeli was quoted in the article that 'we need another couple of pillars - something in the C-Segment and then obviously a sporty product, a very sporty product.'
It was suggested that the Giulietta could use a shortened version of the Giulia sedan's platform, allowing the car to be rear-wheel driven but recent years have shown that its parent company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has been trying to avoid this segment by discontinuing the Lancia Delta and Dodge Dart as it is not a good monkey-making segment.
On the other end, the 4C fans might be happy to hear that Alfa Romeo is studying the possibilities of installing a different engine or using another architecture for its successor. However, purists will be sad to hear that the company will not allow the car to have a manual transmission.