Alfa Romeo plans on launching nine new models by 2016, based on this leaked roadmap.

More than a year ago Alfa Romeo revealed its plans until 2014 at an investor's conference, and now an extended product roadmap through 2016 has surfaced. Next year they plan on launching a new B-segment model, followed by a C-segment model which will replace the Giulietta.

For the D-segment they will launch the Giulia, along with crossover/SUV- and Sportwagon-based versions. In the E-segment, Alfa Romeo will probably launch a Maserati Ghibli-based model to rival the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A6, and BMW 5-Series.

The product roadmap also shows three special models planned by the Italian company. The first one will be a coupe version of the production 4C and will make its debut in Geneva next March. It will be followed by the Spider model representing an open-top version of the 4C. The third model is called Duetto and will be a small roadster co-developed with Mazda and scheduled to enter production in 2015. The vehicle will be manufactured by Mazda in Hiroshima, Japan where they'll also make the new MX-5.

Gallery: Leaked Alfa Romeo product roadmap shows 9 new models by 2016

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