The Alfa Romeo Italian based automaker launched today at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, the company`s special edition MiTo Junior, which takes its name from the 1966 Giulia GT 1300 Junior model.
The iteration of the 1966 model is now revived thanks to a new exterior design, previewed by the chrome plated exhaust tip, a sporty rear bumper, mirror caps coming in white, satin chrome finishes or the 17-inch alloy wheels in white finish as well.
Inside, the Alfa Romeo MiTo Junior is sporting fabric sport seats with some white contrast stitching, the Junior emblem on the floor mats, leather steering wheel, Uconnect infotainment system, or dual-zone climate control.
Under the hood, the Alfa Romeo MiTo Junior is powered by a 1.4-liter petrol with 78 horsepower, a 0.9-liter Turbo TwinAir, developing 105 horsepower, or the 1.4-liter Turbo Petrol MultiAir unit with 85 horsepower.
The Alfa Romeo MiTo Junior is also getting a 1.3-liter JTDM diesel unit, with an acceptable 85 horsepower.
Unfortunately for all Alfa Romeo fans, the company has not released any pricing details yet, but expect fresh news soon.