Last minute controversy surrounds the AlfaMilanodebut, scheduled for today, with the date being changed and a possiblenamechange in the works. The controversy over the name arises from tension between Alfa Romeo and its Milanese workers, who have been laid off in factory closures in that city.
In what would be joyful news for Alfa Romeo fans, the Giulietta name could see a revival, although I suspect any namechange at this late stage will be a costly process for Alfa. The AlfaMilano, replacement to the older Alfa 147, will still debut sometime before the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, where the car will also have its first general public appearance.
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