Scheduled to hit the dealers in autumn this year, the two-door hatchback is designed to be a serious competitor to the MINI and the up-coming Audi A1. Partly based on the Fiat Punto, we reckon the Alfa Furiosa will be the more attractive and exciting car which also explains Turin’s plan to employ the higher-level engines of the Punto-range with outputs between 120 and 227 bhp plus powerful diesel units. Being considerably shorter than the new Alfa 149, the new Furiosa could become an excitingly sporty hatch for the city.
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