As opposed to the plethora of existing model options, Alfa Romeo streamlines their MiTo down to nine versions as part of a refreshed range. In addition, each model has been re-branded, including the entry-level Progression, the Turismo and Lusso trim levels which have both been replaced by the Sprint, the Veloce by the Distinctive and the Cloverleaf by the Quadrifoglio Verde. Also revised was the engine range which includes the new 78-horsepower 1.4 and 105-hp MultiAir 1.4, replacing the 95-hp engine and a new 1.3-liter JTDM-2 diesel eligible for emissions exemptions under overseas regulations. The top-of-the-line QV carries over the same 170-hp MultiAir 1.4, while the bronze metallic paint pictured above is new. Further information on these new changes is now available through Autoblog.