What's smaller than an Alfa 147, based on a Fiat Grande Punto and recalls a name from Italy's past? No, it's not the Brera lamp, it's the Junior. Photoshop artists have already spec'ed what the Junior will look like when Alfa rolls it out for 2008 (perhaps at the Bologna auto show in December). Now, Auto Motor und Sport says it has a sketch of the actual Junior, which will reportedly be offered for around $16,000 with a range of powerplants producing between 95 and 230 horsepower. It won't be coming to the US (barring a Euro currency crash), but it will be offered to Europeans in hot-hatch form. Grazie. [Auto Motor und Sport via Autoblog]
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