Alfa Romeo has also announced the lineup for the 2010 Paris International Motor Show, so here is the what visitors at their stand will be able to see.
First there is the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta which will debuting the new 140 HP diesel 2.0 JTDM-2 engine that uses the Alfa TCT twin clutch automatic gearbox as well as a more powerful 170 HP 1.4 MultiAir turbo petrol also linked to the Alfa TCT transmission.
The Italian company will also bring two versions Alfa Romeo MiTo, the first is based on the Distinctive trim level which will come fitted with the 135 HP 1.4 MultiAir turbo petrol engine and the second is the ECO version equipped with a 95 HP 1.3 MultiJet unit.   
At the 2010 Paris Motor Show visitors will also get introduced to the 2011 Alfa Romeo 159 that will be launched will a new 136 HP Diesel 2.0 JTDM powerplant.
For complete details regarding the Alfa Romeo lineup at the 2010 Paris Motor Show check ot the official press release below the jump.
Alfa Romeo press release :
Giulietta, the safest compact car in
the world according to Euro NCAP, is being launched with a new 140 HP
Diesel 2.0JTDM-2 and the Alfa TCT twin clutch automatic transmission

Giulietta, the safest compact car in the world according to Euro NCAP,
is the star of the Alfa Romeo stand with two world debuts: the brand-new
140 HP 2.0 JTDM and the 170 HP 1.4 MultiAir turbo petrol with "Alfa
TCT" automatic transmission.
The already extensive range of engines
available for the Giulietta is complemented by the launch of a new 140
HP turbodiesel that records low emissions (only 119 g/km), low fuel
consumption (4.5 litres/100 km over a combined cycle) and an outstanding
torque delivery (in Dynamic 350 Nm at just 1750 rpm). A versatile
engine well-suited to the needs of fleets and private users.
second new product is a dry twin clutch automatic transmission which
guarantees driving comfort and a sporty feeling well above those offered
by conventional automatic transmissions, but also improved efficiency
and lower consumption levels. The Alfa TCT will be combined with a
petrol version (170 HP 1.4 MultiAir present on the stand) and later also
with a diesel version (170 HP 2.0 JTDM). In addition the brand-new Alfa
TCT, first applied to the Alfa Mito, is combined with the
Start&Stop system in order to minimise consumption levels and CO2
emissions (121 g/km for the 170 HP 1.4 MultiAir).
The Alfa Romeo
Giulietta was designed with two ‘souls’, one more sporty and capable of
expressing great agility over the most demanding routes, and one more
functional, with qualities of roominess and comfort on everyday roads.
These performances are achieved by the new Compact architecture which,
thanks to the sophisticated technical solutions employed for the
suspension, the dual pinion active steering, the sturdy and light
materials used and the manufacturing technologies implemented, allows
the Giulietta to achieve excellent levels both in terms of on-board
comfort and dynamics and safety features (active and passive). It is no
coincidence that the car has achieved the prestigious 5 Euro NCAP stars
and an overall score of 87/100 with the new 2010 rating: an
extraordinary result that makes it the safest compact ever.
Two other
versions of the Giulietta will be lined up on the stand at the Paris
Show: a 105 HP Distinctive 1.6 JTDM and a Quadrifoglio Verde with a 235
HP 1750 TBi engine. The first engine is dedicated to all those in search
of a car with character and a distinctive style, affording the typical
agility and handling of an Alfa Romeo yet able to combine these
qualities with limited running costs. The 105 HP 1.6 JTDM is a flexible
and eco-friendly diesel engine that will surprise customers due to its
prompt response (in Dynamic mode, the max. torque is a generous 320 Nm
at just 1750 rpm) combined with extremely low fuel consumption (in the
extra-urban cycle, it is just 3.7 l/100 km). This is possible thanks to
the combination of MultiJet 2 technology and the Start&Stop system.
mention must be made of the high performance 235 HP 1750 TBi combined
with the exclusive Quadrifoglio Verde trim level, a legendary symbol
which has competed on tracks all over the world. Only available on this
engine type, this special version is distinguished by its sporty lowered
ride height (15 mm lower at the front and 10 mm at the rear), 17"
wheels (18"as an option), an enhanced braking system with calipers
painted Alfa red, as well as unique interiors which include sporty
leather and microfibre upholstery. All designed to guarantee the best in
driving pleasure and segment-leading active and passive safety. Fuel
consumption is also low considering the power level of this engine. The
Quadrifoglio Verde is thus reinterpreted with a modern touch, combining
the utmost driving pleasure with greater environmental awareness for an
eco-conscious and environmentally-friendly sportiness.
In detail, the
1750 turbo petrol engine boasts advanced technical solutions including
direct fuel injection, dual continuous variable valve timing, a
turbocharger and a revolutionary scavenging control system that gets rid
of any turbo lag. The resulting performance is comparable to – or
better than – that of many 3 litre engines while still delivering fuel
consumption typical of a compact four cylinder unit. It is worth noting
that the specific power of 134 HP/litre represents the highest ever
achieved by an Alfa Romeo production engine. The specific torque,
amounting to 195 Nm/litre, is also the highest of all petrol engines in
this category, while the maximum torque of 340 Nm, reached at just 1900
rpm, is excellent by any standards.
Visitors to the stand can also
admire a Giulietta equipped with Blue&Me-TomTom, the only fully
integrated portable info-entertainment system that, in addition to map
navigation, can be used by means of an up-to-date colour touch screen
plus steering wheel and voice commands to manage the telephone,
navigation and all information needed while driving, enhancing and
exploiting Blue&Me features and ensuring maximum driving safety.

MiTo sportiness becomes even more eco-friendly
spotlights will also be focused on the Alfa Romeo MiTo, which will be
represented at the Paris Show by two cars with a Distinctive trim level.
The first vehicle is equipped with a 135 HP 1.4 MultiAir turbo petrol
combined with an Alfa TCT automatic transmission with dry twin clutch
and the Start&Stop system that temporarily turns off the engine
during stops. This Alfa Romeo MiTo offers outstanding performance (7.1
l/100 km over an urban cycle, 126 g/km of CO2 and 8.2 seconds to
accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h), a result that is even better than the
same engine with a manual gearbox (the values are 7.4 l/100 km, 129 g/km
and 8.4 seconds). It should be emphasised that the MiTo was the first
car to offer the revolutionary MultiAir engine and also to combine the
135 HP 1.4 MultiAir turbo petrol with the Alfa TCT transmission and
Start&Stop system.
The second Alfa Romeo MiTo on the stand is
equipped with a 95 HP 1.3 MultiJet engine in the ECO version. This may
be distinguished from the same engine in the range by its optimised fuel
consumption, achieved by special engine tuning and gear ratios. This
gives rise to a reduction in fuel consumption (from 4.3 to 4.0 l/100 km
over a combined cycle) and CO2 emissions (from 112 to 104 g/km). The
performance levels are unchanged and remain among the best in the
category: 180 km/h top speed and 11.6 seconds to accelerate from 0 to
100 km/h.
Both cars on show offer sophisticated leather upholstery,
the Premium Pack (steering wheel controls, front armrest with
compartment, dual zone automatic climate control, parking sensors and
Cruise Control) and the Sport Pack (spoiler, sport rear bumper, fog
lights, sports instrument panel and 18" wheels for the 135 HP 1.4
MultiAir and 17" wheels for the 95 HP 1.3 MultiJet ECO). The
info-telematic equipment on board the two MiTo cars is different: the
1.4 MultiAir version is equipped with the Blue&Me system and
RadioNav satellite navigation system that constitutes the new generation
of entertainment and satellite navigation developed by Magneti Marelli
for Alfa Romeo. The system incorporates a satellite navigation system,
radio with dual tuner, one dedicated to traffic information reception
(TMC), the CD MP3 player and European maps loaded onto a SD card that
speeds up data access and route calculation times. To guarantee the
greater sharpness and definition of images, it is equipped with a
high-definition 6.5 inch colour display. Visitors to the motor show can
admire on the second MiTo on show the Blue&Me–TomTom, the latest
development of the Blue&Me system. This is a fully integrated system
that allows you to manage telephone, navigation and all necessary
driving information functions on a practical colour touch-screen. The
device is the result of a partnership between Fiat Group Automobiles and
TomTom, the European leader in portable navigation systems, and
integrates with the car’s other systems by means of the Blue&Me

Alfa Romeo 159 introduces the MY 2011 and the new 136 HP Diesel 2.0 JTDM-2 engine
stand also features an Alfa Romeo 159 Model Year 2011. The model
(saloon and Sportwagon) has recently undergone a facelift in its
interior styling and has been enhanced by option packages that ensure
customers a wide range of personalisation alternatives and a wealth of
content. Visitors can admire a Sportwagon in the exclusive "Rosso
Competizione" livery and equipped with the new 136 HP 2.0 JTDM engine
(Euro 5). This new engine complements the Euro 5 diesel range for the
159 and will be positioned in the most important diesel power band
within segment D in Europe. This power unit is in fact able to achieve a
compromise between the needs of private customers who seek a lively yet
frugal car and those of fleet customers who are concerned with running
costs but do not wish to neglect comfort and driving flexibility over
long distances.
The car on show is equipped with a TI Pack that adds a
sporty flavour with its long list of features. In detail, the TI Pack
customises the Alfa Romeo 159 exteriors with 18" "turbine" design alloy
wheels (a 19" spoked design is available as an option, as on the car
exhibited), low sports ride, side skirts and oversized red brake
calipers. A very lively car, therefore, with exceptional roadholding.
Inside, the TI environment is recognisable from the wraparound seats
trimmed in black leather and Alcantara with red profiles (as an option,
the sports seats may be fully trimmed in black or natural leather),
sports pedal unit in aluminium and a kick plate with the TI logo, sports
steering wheel in leather with radio controls, gear lever knob and
handbrake lever trimmed in leather with red stitching, Blue&Me
system and sports instruments. For an innovative, hi-tech look, the car
on show also features new carbon fibre inserts (an option) on the
central console and steering wheel.
Last but not least, brochures
and customised totems at the stand will introduce visitors to the
products of FGA Capital, a joint venture set up between Fiat Group
Automobiles and Crédit Agricole that specialises in the automotive
sector. The finance company operates within Italy and across Europe with
a single mission: supporting the sales of all Fiat Group Automobiles
and Chrysler brand vehicles by offering innovative financial products
with high added value services dedicated to the dealership network,
private customers and companies.

Source: Alfa Romeo