The Italian government has hit out at Alfa Romeo’s decision to build its new Milano crossover in Poland, saying that building it outside of the brand’s home nation is illegal.
Shortly after Alfa Romeo unveiled the new model at a glitzy event, Italy’s industry minister Adolofo Urso asserted that building a vehicle dubbed Milano outside of Italy violates the country’s laws targeting products with “Italian sounding” names that are not actually Italian.

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Italian Government Tells Alfa Romeo That Milano Crossover Is Illegal To Sell Abroad Because Of the Name

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