Alfa Romeo revealed the Kamal in Geneva. The model inspires energy and gives the brand an entirely new and unique shape. The new car combines the off-road performance of an SUV with the driving pleasure and handling characteristics of a compact Alfa Romeo, while at the same time offering a versatile, functional passenger cabin typical of a Multi Purpose Vehicle. The Kamal is powered by a 3.2-liter V6 24V engine electronically-controlled four-wheel drive with three differentials and a Torsen system, plus double wishbone front and rear suspension. The engine can deliver 250 BHP. The luggage compartment capacity is estimated to be in excess of 400 liters while a central tunnel houses numerous compartments and drinks holders. It also features a large, transparent roof and rear seats that can be stowed away out of sight. The new Alfa Romeo model, the Kamal, offers driving pleasure no matter the sex or the age.
The Kamal is an original model that marks an authentic conceptual and stylistic leap in the international motoring scene and had the world debut in Geneva. With a new scenario and brand new segments opening up Alfa wants to play a leading role.
The Alfa Romeo Business Unit put a lot of energy into one ambitios goal: to redefine the concept of "elegant sportiness", which has always been a distinctive trait of the brand, but giving it an entirely new and unique shape. Kamal calls on a complex, sophisticated interplay of allusions that on the one hand hark back to Alfa's glorious tradition in the sports car sector while on the other hand also including attractive ideas that look to the future, and new developments in the SUV - MPV segments in particular.
A mix of design and style with the concept of 'crossover' as the distinctive element. Kamal is a fusion of different vehicle types.
The model combines the off-road performance of an SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) with the driving pleasure and handling characteristics of a compact Alfa Romeo, while at the same time offering a versatile, functional passenger cabin typical of a Multi Purpose Vehicle, due above all to the intelligent use of space and a wide range of seat configurations. And it all comes with unmistakable Alfa style, designed by the Arese "Centro Stile". The car would be just as much at home on the intricate streets of a European city as it would on a desert track or frontier landscape.
All this is packed into a car that measures 435 centimeters in length, 186 cm in width and 162 cm in height. For its size and features, the Kamal represents the idea of a vehicle that is unique in the world.
Underlining the exuberant nature of the car, the Kamal has been designed with the pick of current Alfa Romeo technology: a 250 bhp 3.2 V6 24V engine, electronically-controlled four-wheel drive with three differentials and a Torsen system, plus double wishbone front and rear suspension.
The car has four doors with an opening action like a 'book', while the rear window can be opened independently of the tailgate.
The luggage compartment capacity is estimated to be in excess of 400 liters while a big central tunnel houses numerous compartments and drinks holders.
Other innovative features include a large, transparent roof and rear seats that can be stowed away out of sight. This gives a flat and easily accessible payload compartment. The car's all-terrain appearance, the chassis and engine protection, and the 20" wheels with special tread leave little room for doubt: the Kamal was created to handle any road situation or weather condition. Without ever having to compromise.
The Alfa Romeo Kamal guarantees driving pleasure and makes you want to live life to the full, while it also satisfies a desire for unfettered travel that knows no boundaries of age or sex.
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