Is Alfa Romeo Milano EV first Electric vehicle from an Italian brand?

The Alfa Romeo Milano EV is the first electric vehicle compact SUV that marks the company’s official entry into the electric vehicle market. There is also a petrol-hybrid version of it. With the Milano compact SUV, Alfa Romeo has finally made a foray into the electric vehicle industry.
  • Three different engine options are available for the brand’s first electric vehicle.
  • With a full charge, the WLTP range is 402 kilometres.
  • It has an AI-supported virtual assistant. 

An extended matrix of networked LED headlights is installed on the front. There are big intakes and an integrated splitter on the front bumper. Additionally, the electric vehicles will be distinguished by the new Scudetto grille, which has the company’s insignia incorporated into it. The Milano measures 4170 inches long, 1780 inches wide, and 1500 inches tall.

The Milano's interior includes a central 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a sizable 10.25-inch digital display in front of the driver. The Alfa Romeo Milano now has the Alfa DNA system. The car’s performance can be customised by the driver thanks to this configurable drive mode technology. It also comes with an intelligent navigation system that recommends charging stations based on driving behaviour, battery monitoring, and real-time traffic data.

Alfa Romeo’s new compact is available with three different powertrain options: the high-performance Elettrica Veloce, the petrol hybrid Elettrica, and an Elettrica. Additionally, you may customise the Milano to fit your driving preferences and style with three available options: sportiness, exclusivity, and technology

The Elettrica Veloce is a more performance-oriented model with a 237 bhp motor, whereas the ordinary Elettrica has a 153.8 bhp motor. On a WLTP cycle, the anticipated range for both models is 402 km.

The Milano Elettrica's engine is a hybrid synchronous motor that runs on a brand-new 54-kWh battery. With a 100kW DC fast charger, the Milano can be fully charged from 10% to 80% in less than 30 minutes, according to the manufacturer. For those who would like even faster charging at home, the Milano Elettrica Speciale comes with an 11-kW three-phase onboard charger.

The Milano Elettrica also includes the ChatGPT AI system and the virtual assistant “Hey Alfa.” Together, they use voice recognition to respond to queries, deliver data, and serve as an AI driver’s assistant. Drivers can remotely check in on the whereabouts of their cars and pre-plan destinations using a smartphone. Using a smartphone or smartwatch, one may also plan charging sessions, pre-set the cabin temperature, and lock or unlock the doors.

Suspension and Brakes
The suspension on the Milano has been reduced by 25 mm by the technical team. A 380 mm front disc with four-piston monobloc callipers provides brake power, and 20-inch tires and a Torsen differential provide good traction in all weather situations.

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