Move over, Doris
> VIA EMAIL With all my motoring heart I hope that Georg Kacher’s article, Alfa’s Next Chapter, in your August 2018 edition is not just another piece based on hope, emotion and fanciful sales predictions – just like the previous Alfa renaissance article from a few years back, and the one before that, and the one before that and... You get the picture.
Just to have names such nd as Alfa Romeo, Giulia, Giulietta, Veloce and, if I could only get my tongue around it, Quadrifoglio (for now I shall stick to Cloverleaf), with the images of Italian style and la dolce vita they conjure up, is a blessing in a UK car landscape littered with names such as Astra, Focus, Escort, Transit etc that are more ‘Doris from the chip shop’ than Monica Bellucci.
However, within a few days of reading the article I then read of the death of Sergio Marchionne and wondered whether it isn’t a sign of what the likely future is for Alfa Romeo. So Georg, I suspect you will be iling another Alfa renaissance article in a few years’ time full of the same hope, emotion and fanciful sales igures. Shall we say
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