Alfa Romeo Castello Render Imagines Rumored, Larger Italian SUV

Oct 26, 2018 784

Alfa Romeo reportedly has a second, larger SUV under consideration, and a new rendering from's Italian team imagines how the bigger crossover might look. Allegedly, the model carries the moniker Castello, which is Italian for "castle." According to our Italian colleagues, this name would work because there's a famous alpine pass called Passo di Castello, which fits with the Stelvio that's also named after a mountain road. In addition, there's the Castello Sforzesco fortress in Alfa's home city of Milan. The title fits well with FCA's Dodge Durango Citadel, too.

The Castello reportedly rides on the same Giorgio platform as Alfa Romeo existing Stelvio and the Giulia. It would measure around 193 inches (4.9 meters) long, instead of 184.6 inches (4.688 meters) for the existing Stelvio. Seating for five or seven passengers would be available, depending on a buyer's needs.

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