ALFA ROMEO MiTo Veloce
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The new Alfa Romeo MiTo was unveiled to the public in 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show.
The small car featured some of the design cues seen on the catchy Alfa Romeo Giulia.
For 2016, the Alfa Romeo MiTo was available in 3 trim levels: base MiTo, Super, and Veloce.
As the Alfa Romeo MiTo was a successful city car, as expected, the Italian carmaker decided it was time to thrill its fans with a sportier version of it - the Veloce.
Aesthetically, the MiTo was refreshed to offer an even bolder look with new headlights with a carbon look, new handles, a new front grille, tinted rear windows, double exhaust pipe, dedicated external badges, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Mechanicals were also enhanced, with a new tweaked suspension and an oversized Brembo brake system.
Inside, the MiTo Veloce featured a specific contoured steering wheel, aluminum-covered pedals, and heel pad. New sports seats with Alcantara upholstery and contrasting red stitching were installed in the cabin to complete the sporty feel.
Inside, the sporty small car was equipped with Afla’s UConnect infotainment system with a 5-inch touchscreen display and Bluetooth connectivity. Downloading the Connect Live application allowed customers to access the “TuneIn” that offered over 100,000 internet radio stations. Customers also had access to Deezer, Reuters, Facebook, and Twitter.
With the UConnect system, users could also access my Car app, which provided reminders on maintenance procedures.