New details are starting to emerge about Alfa Romeo's new five year plan.

According to Automotive News, the Giulia will debut in late 2015 - at the earliest - and ride on the company's new rear- / all-wheel drive architecture. We can also expect a flagship sedan that could be based on the same platform.

The publication goes on to say Alfa Romeo is considering a large and mid-size coupe. The former model would battle the BMW 6-Series and could be based on the next-generation Maserati GranTurismo.

The company is also rumored to be considering three different crossovers. Nothing is official but the entry-level model could be based on the Jeep Junior, while the mid-size model could be based on the Jeep Cherokee or the company's new rear- / all-wheel drive platform. There could also be a range-topping model based on the Maserati Levante.

Despite previous rumors that the company would drop hatchbacks altogether, Automotive News says the MiTo will eventually be replaced and the Giulietta is due for a redesign in 2016.

Lastly, the 4C Spider is expected to debut at the Geneva Motor Show while the Mazda MX-5 based roadster is due in 2015.

Note: Alfa Romeo 6C speculative rendering by Alex Imnadze shown

Gallery: Alfa Romeo future lineup to include rear-wheel drive sedans & coupes - report

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