Even though Alfa Romeo has been back in the country for nearly ten years, the automaker has yet to release a full-size vehicle. 

 Now, Larry Dominique, the head of Alfa Romeo North America

tells us that in addition to being a larger E-segment car, it will also have a higher ride height.

"The Giulia replacement [is] [already] locked, and the E-segment... for America will be more utility than the sedan.

The Giulia will continue to be our premier sedan, Dominique told The Drive.

It will, in essence, be an SUV. According to Alfa Romeo worldwide CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato

it will likely be an all-electric vehicle when it debuts in 2027.