In 1995, Alfa Romeo packed up its remaining few dealerships in the United States. Fiat closed shop here in 1983. Both companies have returned, but until now, it’s either been with razor’s edge two-seat sports cars or odd, cheap, Beetle-like economy cars. Neither has come through with the kind of car that hits America right in the breadbasket. At the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, that all gets fixed. Three other manufacturers also came through, not with high-end exotics, but with the kind of cars that Americans are going to buy in massive numbers.