2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo is a three-door supermini officially introduced on June 19, 2008 in Castelló Sforzesco in Milan, Italy with an international display at the British Motor Show in 2008. Alfa Romeo MiTo 2017 is available in all major Alfa products in July. The three-door front-wheel drive hatchback will be sold to compete with the MINI and the new Audi A1. Designed by the Centro Stile Alfa Romeo, the design is supposed to be inspired by the 8C Competizione.
The 2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo is built on the low Fiat platform used on the Fiat Grande Punto, also used by the Opel / Vauxhall Corsa D. Between 2008 and 2012 around 200,000 Mitos were built. The car is Chrysler Fiat Mirafiori. The new car was provisionally named “Junior”. In November 2007, a European contest was launched in which the public had the chance to name the car. The winner of each country can win an Alfa Romeo Spider or an Alfa Romeo ATV. The name of the winner was “Furiosa”, which made good mark in Italy, France, the United Kingdom and Germany, but not in Spain. However, on 14 March 2008, Alfa Romeo officially announced that the name would rather be “MiTo”, an abbreviation of the city of Milan (Milan) and Torino (Turin), as it was built in the old and was to be Assembled on the side; The name is also a game on the Italian word “popular”, which means “mythical” or “legendary”.
2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo Features
The car has a new “Alfa DNA” system that allows the driver to choose between three different driving parameters: Dynamic, Normal and All Weather. This system controls the behavior of the engine, brakes, steering, suspension and gearbox.The 2017 MiTo also offers LED rear lights and 250 liters of luggage space. The 2017 Alfa Mito also features a Q2 electronic differential on the front wheel, which is active with modified DNA in dynamic position, and allows faster and tighter turns without loss of traction.
2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo GTA Concept
The Greater Toronto Area (Gran Turismo ALLEGGERITA), the sporty version of the MiTo, and in March 2009 Geneva Motor Show as a prototype. The concept has a 1.8-liter turbocharged engine with direct fuel injection and variable valve timing for both inlet and exhaust. The maximum capacity is evaluated at 240 PS (177 kW, 237 hp). The Mito GTA Concept has a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph) and an acceleration from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5 seconds. The weight of the GTA was reduced by the use of carbon fibers for the rear spoiler as well as the top panel and mirror shrouds. Aluminum is also used to reduce weight. The suspension is lowered by 20 millimeters (0.8 inches) on the standard car, and the car has an active suspension.
2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo Engine
When launched in 2017, Alfa Romeo MiTo 2017 will feature small-displacement turbocharged gasoline and diesel engines. In addition, a power at the end of the 79 PS (58 kW, 78 hp) engine natural aspiration variations are produced to meet a new Italian legislation for young people. MultiAir motors will increase fuel consumption (up to 10%) and torque (15%), as well as a significant reduction in fuel consumption levels ( Up to 10%) and CO2 emissions (up to 10%), particulate matter (up to 40%) and night (up to 60%). This new engine is available with 105 PS (77 kW, 104 BHP), 135 PS (99 kW, 133 BHP) and 170 PS (125 kW, 168 BHP) powers. All functions MultiAir start-stop system standard.
In October 2009, two and one MiTo kitchen version, this version can work with LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) or oil, with this MiTo engine has a range of 1200 km. The GPL version is in collaboration with Landi Renzo. In summer 2010, Alfa dual clutch dry transmission called Alfa TCT. Starting from the 2011 model year, the Start-Stop system is standard on all versions. In 2011 Frankurt Motor Show, AR two new engines for the MiTo – 0.9L I2 TwinAir and a new version with low emission 85 PS (63 kW) 1.3 diesel JTD engine.
2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde
The Quadrifoglio Verde (see the article Alfa Romeo Motorsport for the history of this emblem) version of MiTo was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2009. The Quadrifoglio Verde (green four-leaf clover) Alfa Romeo models. The spirit version has the new 1.4-liter 170 PS (125 kW, 168 hp) and the newly designed Multiair suspension engine, steering and new six-speed C635 gearbox developed by Fiat Powertrain Technologies (FPT). The new 2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo MultiAir technology allows fuel consumption of 6 liters per 100km