Alfa Romeo is an Italian luxury brand that has been in and out of the U.S. market over the years. It reappeared briefly with the launch of the limited-run 8C coupe and convertible, but it wasn't until the arrival of the 2015 4C, a two-seat mid-engine sports car, that the brand seemed to stick.
Though the 4C has been discontinued in the U.S., Alfa Romeo offers the Tonale and Stelvio compact SUVs, as well as the Giulia compact sports sedan. The Tonale comes standard with a 285-horsepower plug-in-hybrid powertrain. The Stelvio and Giulia are available in the high-performance Quadrifoglio trim, which includes a 505-hp, twin-turbocharged V-6 engine.
Alfa Romeo is part of Stellantis, a multinational automaker headquartered in the Netherlands that also markets the Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Maserati and Ram brands in the U.S.