so... would it be fair to speculate that (based on the table above, provided by @Giuliano
in 2014: 67 total Alfas sold-> about 30% probably QVs (im assuming that based on the fact that "new" to US market, probably many old Alfa enthusiasts and "car collectors" jumped on the opportunity to own a special model, hence the priority to get the QV) = should be about 20ish 2014 Quads, Giulias/Stelvios...
2015: 663 total Alfas sold-> probably around 10%ish were Quads(Giulia/Stelvio) = 60 Quads
2016: 528 total Alfas sold (still pretty small volume being sold would make me think that people who knew about Alfa got them- hence I assume a little higher % than 5 got the special model) ->10% Quads = 50 total Quads.
2017: 12031 total Alfas sold - 5% Quads = 600ish
2018: 23800 total Alfas sold-> 5% =1300ish
2019: 18294 - 5% =900ish
2020: 18586 - 5% =900ish
Again- this is me pulling some (pretty much random) numbers based on the 5% being Quadrifoglios, and this is combined Giulias and Stelvios and tweaking and rounding the numbers to my weird and baseless (probably wrong) logic...
Does it make sense/ does this looks like it could be in the ball park or am i off by thousands? If the 5% is about right - we should only have around 3500-4000 quads combined Giulias and Stelvios here in US (73969 total sold, 5%=3700 Quads)... Given they are pretty closely divided, I would assume we got about 2000 Giulias and about the same number of Stelvios sold in US since 2014.
Now I'm gonna sit back and blush at every comment that gonna point out every dumb mistake I made in my assumptions- might look up my nearest elementary school principal contact in case i need to head back for some math refreshin'...
Let me know what you think.
PS- spelling doesn't count