Alfa Romeo Junior: exclusive reader test team event

Be one of the first people to see Alfa Romeo's new electric small SUV, the Junior, as part of our exclusive reader test team event...

Alfa Romeo Junior

Would you like to be among the first people in the UK to see Alfa Romeo’s smallest SUV, and its first pure electric model, the new Junior? 

We’re offering a small number of What Car? readers the opportunity to attend an exclusive preview of this exciting new model on Wednesday 5 June in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.

The Junior is Alfa Romeo’s smallest SUV so far, and it will slot into the range below the Tonale. That means it will rival similarly premium small SUVs, such as the Audi Q2 and Lexus LBX (our 2024 Car of the Year).

The entry-level electric version, called the Junior Elettrica, will be powered by a 154bhp single electric motor and 51kWh (usable capacity) battery. Performance and range are strong: 0-62mph will take around 9.0sec, and the official range is rated at 255 miles. 

Alfa Romeo Milano rear static

If you want a bit more zip, there’s the Elettrica Veloce, which shares its mechanical parts with the Abarth 600e. It will do the 0-62mph dash in around 6.0sec and will have a range of around 200 miles. 

Both versions have a maximum charging rate of 100kW, so a 10-80% charge at a public charging station will take around 30 minutes. 

There will also be a hybrid version of the Junior called the Ibrida, which will be powered by a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, a small electric motor and a battery.

If you would like to join What Car? to get a detailed look in and around the new Alfa Romeo Junior and chat with product experts from the brand, before being interviewed for our magazine and website, please email us at:, providing the following information:  

  • Your name
  • Your age
  • Your occupation
  • Your mobile number
  • Any dietary requirements
  • What car you currently drive
  • Where you’ll be travelling from
  • Why you want to see the new Alfa Romeo Junior small electric SUV

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