Alfa Romeo just pulled the wraps off their first electric car on Wednesday,

and guess what? They've brought back a familiar name with it.

The Stellantis owned brand is bringing back the classic Milano name, but this time it's for a subcompact crossover.

It's going to share its platform with the Jeep Avenger and Fiat 600e, but those are only available in Europe.

So, unlike its sedan ancestor that had a good seven year run, the new Milano is stepping into the future with hybrid and all electric options.

Imagine cruising around with a 54-kWh battery in the base model Milano Elettrica,

which packs 156 hp and can take you about 250 miles on a single charge.

The Milano Elettrica Veloce is all about that thrilling drive, packed with cool features like a self-locking Torsen-

differential, lowered sports suspension for those tight corners, beefy four piston brake calipers at the front, and huge 20 inch wheels.

The team at Alfa really focused on making the Milano handle like a dream, drawing on their experience with tuning the Giulia GTA.

Inside the Milano, you get two cool 10.25-inch digital screens for all your driving info and entertainment needs.

Plus, there's a decent 14.1 cubic feet of space in the back for your stuff, and it even comes with a semi-autonomous driving feature.

Alfa's really trying to win folks over with both its smarts and the "feels." They haven't spilled the beans on the price or-

when it's hitting the streets, but it's going to be their entry-level model in Europe for starters. That's the scoop for now!

The new Milano rolling out is a big deal for Alfa because it marks the start of their journey into electric vehicles.

They're planning to drop their first fully electric model this year and are set to go all-electric by 2027.

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