Take a closer look at the Tonale and then the Hornet, and then see just how similar these two SUVs actually are.
Recently, the Dodge firm has been playing a bit of a role. Their all-electric idea for their most well-known muscle vehicle,
the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT, made headlines throughout the last week.
The beginning of the electric muscle car era is undoubtedly significant.
The new 2023 Dodge Hornet, which is astonishingly the first thing the Dodge brand has really introduced in a decade, also made news. It is also a really attractive equipment.
The Hornet, of course, began life as a 2006 concept compact MPV and is already in full production.
While we are quite eager to witness the new crossover, not everyone is as enthusiastic.
Specifically, those employed by Alfa Romeo, another company owned by Stellantis like Dodge.
See how similar the Alfa Romeo Tonale and Dodge Hornet genuinely are by taking a closer look at each vehicle.
You may probably now see why Alfa Romeo is unhappy that the Dodge Hornet exists.
Here's How The Trouble Began Between The Tonale And Hornet
According to speculations, the Tonale was initially largely an Alfa Romeo project. Internal squabbles and politics interfered, as they do with a lot of things.
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