Alfa Romeo's Giulietta hatchback isn't slated to come to North America until it's redesigned in 2014, but a whole truck-load of them was spotted in Michigan, heading north on I-75. We can only presume that the cars were heading to Chrysler HQ for some kind of evaluation, but this isn't the first time we've seen this happen.
Companies regularly bring in foreign models for evaluation purposes. Manufacturers do it all the time when developing cars, and suppliers like to bring in Euro-market diesel cars to show off the technology's potential.
So what were the Alfas doing in Michigan? We're not quite sure, but we're putting a bounty on pictures of any Michigan-plated Giuliettas you are able to snap.
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