In early 2010, Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said Alfa Romeo would be relaunched in the U.S market by late 2012, with a mid-size sedan, a sport wagon, and a crossover. By September, 2011, officials were saying that plans for all three models had been scrapped; the Alfa brand would be reintroduced to the U.S. in 2013, not 2012; and the first model to reach these shores would be the 4C sports car. But delays continue to pile up: This fall, Marchionne told dealers that Alfa's return would be further postponed, and the first car would not be arriving until 2014.
Super-exclusive Ferraris, a Fiat 500 limo, and gas prices through the roof. A look at what the new year may or may not bring to the world of cars.
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