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The Alfa MiTo is now available with TwinAir engine technology
18 July 2012
The Alfa MiTo is now available with the multi-award winning 85hp TwinAir engine – an 875cc twin-cylinder turbo powerplant with electro-hydraulic valve control technology that delivers outstanding fuel economy with sub-100g/km CO2 emissions.
The introduction of the two-cylinder TwinAir engine into the Alfa MiTo range reinforces the MiTo’s image as a high-tech, sporty, compact car offering maximum driving pleasure whilst exceeding driver expectations.
With a CO2 output of just 98g/km and official Combined Cycle fuel economy of 67.3mpg, the Alfa MiTo TwinAir is the cleanest and most economical model in its class. Business and retail customers can enjoy impressive financial benefits including zero road tax, the lowest 10% BIK rate, London congestion charge exemption and Group 9 insurance rating.
The 85hp TwinAir Turbo is the first of a series of two-cylinder engines developed by Fiat Powertrain.
Complementing the introduction of the new powerplant, the MiTo TwinAir range is available in a new metallic body colour – Ametista Black with a purple hue.
Damien Dally, Head of Brand, Alfa Romeo UK says: ‘The Alfa MiTo TwinAir is an intelligent response to modern driving requirements – premium styling, a sporty and engaging driving experience, combined with outstanding ecological and financial benefits. It’s the last word in automotive engineering in terms of technology, performance and environmental consideration.’
Key to the Alfa MiTo’s innovative success is the marriage between two award winning technologies; the two-cylinder TwinAir engine, and MultiAir – winner of Best New Engine of the Year 2010.
Already a proven success, the TwinAir engine dominated the 2011 International Engine of the Year Awards, winning Engine of the Year, Best New Engine, Green Engine of the Year and Best Sub 1-litre Engine. This is only the second time that a sub 1-litre engine has taken the top award, with the judging panel praising the powerplant’s impressive innovation.