First EV From The Marque
Alfa Romeo Junior EV

Alfa Romeo has debuted its first fully-electric vehicle with its latest model, the Junior. This rebranding pays homage to the iconic GT 1300 Junior of 1966 — the shift in nomenclature followed objections from an Italian government official regarding the original name, Milano, as the car’s production site shifted to Poland.

Beyond the naming saga, Alfa Romeo positions the Junior as an inclusive vehicle, aiming to captivate a new generation of Alfisti enthusiasts. Compact in stature, measuring just 4.17 meters in length, 1.78 meters in width, and 1.5 meters in height, it shares its architecture with stablemates like the Fiat 600, Jeep Avenger, and Peugeot 2008 within the Stellantis group. The exterior exudes the hallmark Alfa Romeo identity, though, showcasing the iconic Scudetto grille and 3+3 adaptive full LED matrix headlights.

Available in two fully-electric iterations — the Junior Elettrica boasts a 156 hp powertrain, while the Junior Elettrica Veloce ups the ante with 240 hp. Both variants are energized by a 54-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, promising a range of up to 250 miles. Additionally, selected markets will see a hybrid version, the Junior Ibrida, featuring a 1.2-liter petrol engine.

The interior impresses with a sleek, contemporary design accentuated by a 10.25-inch touchscreen seamlessly integrated into the dashboard. The launch edition, Junior Speciale Elettrica, delivering 156 hp, elevates the driving experience with luxurious and sporty touches. Pampering occupants with Spiga vinyl and fabric upholstery, a leather steering wheel, and an electrically adjustable driver’s seat complete with massage functionality, the Junior promises a refined journey.