LONDON: Alfa Romeo rarely make headlines nowadays. When it does, well, it's news.
Stellantis, of which Alfa Romeo is part of, has announced today that the Italian brand is getting a new chief designer.
Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos will start work at Alfa Romeo from July 1. He will report to Jean-Pierre Ploué, chief design officer at Stellantis.
At the 110-year-old Alfa Romeo, he will focus on refreshing its line-up and lead its electrification and modernisation process.
Mesonero-Romanos had worked for SEAT where he had left his mark on the the Cupra Tavascan and Formentor, Leon, Arona and Ibiza.
Mesonero-Romanos is an alumnus of the Royal College of Art, London.