Where does the Alfa Romeo MiTo come from?
The MiTo was marketed across a single generation from 2008 to 2018, sharing the Fiat Small platform with the Fiat Grande Punto. Production reached 265,000 at FCA’s Mirafiori plant. The Mito nameplate is a portmanteau of Milano (Milan), where it was designed, and Torino (Turin), where it was manufactured.
What kind of engine does a Maserati Mito have?
Maserati version MiTos feature same 125 kW (170 PS) engine as the Quadrifoglio Verde, and exclusive paint Blu Oceano. Aluminium kickplates and a badge on the HVAC controls on the car bear words “Alfa Romeo for Maserati”.
Where does the name mito come from on a car?
The Mito nameplate is a portmanteau of Milano (Milan), where it was designed, and Torino (Turin), where it was manufactured. The new car was provisionally named the “Junior”.
What kind of engine does the MiTo GTA have?
The concept has a 1.8-litre (Fiat Pratola Serra modular) turbocharged engine with direct fuel injection and variable valve timing for both inlet and exhaust. The maximum power is rated at 240 PS (177 kW; 237 hp). The MiTo GTA concept has a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph) and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5 seconds.
What kind of engine does Alfa Romeo have?
The award-winning Alfa Romeo sedan. Italian design, high performance engines between 160 and 280HP, rear or four-wheel Q4 drive, guarantee an unmistakable driving pleasure. Its sporty attitude and the unmistakable style, together with the pleasure of driving in total safety, will seduce even the most demanding customers.
How many airbags are in an Alfa Romeo MiTo?
The MiTo has seven airbags as standard, and received a ‘good’ or green result from the first ever Euro NCAP rear impact test (whiplash). The MiTo received the following ratings: Edizione Sprint (2009): Limited to 250 examples, only for Belgian market. Available only with 1.3 JTDM 95 PS (70 kW; 94 hp) diesel engine. Bears special Sprint logo.