In Autocar’s report, the all-electric Mito will come in a five-door model, as opposed to the three-door version of the ICE. The platform used uses e-CMP from Stellantis, no longer using the “Fiat GM Small Platform”.
By using the e-CMP platform from Stellantis, the all-electric Alfa Romeo Mito will be a cousin of the Peugeot e-208 and Opel Corsa-e which also use the platform. Vehicles using the e-CMP platform have a 100 kW electric drive combined with a 50 kWh battery.
Damien Dally, head of Alfa Romeo UK, declined to provide further details on the plans. Damien Dally has more to say about the old Alfa Rome Mito model which uses an internal combustion engine
“The Mito is a three-door car, but if it had five doors the market would be much bigger.” Dally said
The electric Alfa Romeo Mito could also use the new Fiat 500 platform, which is exclusively used for electric cars. However, this may not be the case for the Mito, as the electric Fiat 500 is a pure three-door model.
In early February 2022, Alfa Romeo launched the Tonale which was the first model to use an electric powertrain. Starting in 2025, Alfa Romeo models will only be BEVs, so the transition is complete by 2027.
Alfa Romeo is planning a small electric SUV called the Brennero which will be the electric successor of the Stelvio and Giulia.