Both projects are expected to be publicly confirmed in June.
The Italian marque is said to be working on a new flagship Giulia coupe with 641 horsepower and F1-derived KERS hybrid powertrain technology.
The 'coupe' could be offered in two- and five-door variants, mimicking German automakers.
A new large SUV is rumored to be included in the announcement. It is expected to boast a 48-volt mild hybrid system, providing extra power for an electrically assisted turbocharger and helping improve fuel economy.
The SUV is likely being fast-tracked to production, with a rumored arrival of late 2019. A five-seat package will be the first to appear, potentially followed by a seven-seater.