The twenty-fifth Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique will begin in Turin and four other European cities, recreating the world's first road rally only for vehicles that competed in at least one Monte-Carlo Rally Automobile before 1983. In the elegant setting of Piazza San Carlo, from 25 to 26 January, the public can enjoy living how the notion of sportiness has changed over the years: in fact, both the vintage cars engaging in the race and some current models are on display, including the new Tonale Plug-in Hybrid Q4, the first phase towards the sportiness of the future according to Alfa Romeo.
According to Alfa Romeo's Italian Country Manager Raffaele Russo: "We are happy to participate in this event which takes Turin back to the international stage. Racing is in our blood; it's been a symbol of Italian sporting nobility since 1910. Today, we aim to redefine the notion of Efficient sportsmanship with the new Alfa Romeo Tonale Plug-In Hybrid Q4".