After having told you just yesterday about the new Alfa Romeo Tonalewhich by the way we are still in love with, modifications of the official images by specialists such as X-Tomi Design have begun to emerge.
On this occasion X-Tomi tells us what a hypothetical Alfa Romeo Tonale in the sportier finish, the one nicknamed Quadrifoglio. Given the paradigm of electrification, the appearance of a sports version of a model from the Alfa Romeo Tonale segment is not very justifiable, however, being Alfa Romeo, one of Stallantis’ sports and passionate brands, they even have it planned although not officially.
The Alfa Romeo Tonale dimensions They are 4.53 meters long, 1.84 meters wide and 1.6 meters high. The model will feature alloy wheels, available in 17″, 18″, 19″ and 20″.
Although the access engine to the Alfa Romeo Tonale is the Hybrid version (MHEV) with the new 1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbo petrol engine that develops 130 hp of power and 240 Nm of maximum torque combined with the exclusive 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, there is a maximum performance version Q4 Plug-in Hybrid with 275 hp.
The most powerful version of the range in terms of performance and level of electrification combines the engine 1.3-liter MultiAir turbo petrol from the Global Small Engine family (to provide front-wheel drive) with the electric motor, to which the rear wheels are connected. The system has a 15.5 kWh battery and offers a total power of 275 hp. In this way it becomes the sportiest offer in its class, with acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.2 seconds.
The Plug-in Hybrid version is equipped with Q4 all-wheel drive, i.e. front-wheel drive by the internal combustion engine with rear-wheel drive provided by the electric motor, for an incomparable level of safety and driving pleasure.
Obviously, for the Quadrifoglio version we always expect more and an engine of “Ferrari origin” like the one equipped by the Stelvio Y Giuliait wouldn’t be bad.
As you know, although it is quite unlikely to see a Alfa Romeo Tonale QuadrifoglioIt’s always good to dream, right?