Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia: only electric cars from 2026

The future of Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia will be linked to electric cars. The transition to a completely zero-emission range will begin within a few years. Pending the industrial plan of Stellantis, which will be announced on 1 March, the guidelines that the three brands will follow for the next few years are already available.

Lancia will kick off the total electrification. The brand will receive significant investments from Stellantis and from 2026 it will present exclusively electric cars. Among the upcoming projects there is also the new generation of Lancia Delta. It should be noted, however, that the brand will present the new Lancia Ypsilon in 2024. The model, developed on the CMP platform, the same as the Peugeot 208, will be available in both petrol and electric versions.

From 2027 it will touch, instead, to Alfa Romeo and Fiat which will begin to launch exclusively electric cars. For the Alfa Romeo brand, the first electric should arrive as early as 2024 with the debut of a zero-emission variant of the future B-SUV, a model that will follow the recent Alfa Romeo Tonale in the brand renewal program. Among the upcoming 100% electric models there could also be the new generations of Giulia and Stelvio.

The switch to electric by Fiat, on the other hand, will only concern Europe. The Turin-based brand will continue to produce petrol cars for South America, a market where Fiat models are among the most popular of all. After the Fiat 500 Elettrica, over the next two years, Fiat plans to launch another zero-emission model which could be an electric variant of the new Fiat Panda. The appointment for all the confirmations on the projects of the three brands is set at the beginning of March with the presentation of the industrial plan of Stellantis.