Next Alfa Spider gets GM platform

Ciferri, Luca
January 2001
Automotive News;1/1/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5910, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Fiat Auto SpA will use General Motors' future Vectra/Omega platform for the next Alfa Romeo Spider instead of one of its own platforms. Launching of the next Spider one year later than scheduled; Reasons cited for the platform change.


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