Alfa Romeo has published a photo of his new concept FrecciaDecember 10, 2018
Such a tendency now – what was popular in the last century, gets a second wind. So the designers of the Italian automaker decided to use the concept of the distant 1970 as the basis for a completely new crossover.
Long ago, the guys from Alfa Romeo presented the concept car Montreal to the world. The 2-seater coupe was positioned as a sports car from the future. The serial production of this model, which I must say immediately appealed to many motorists, lasted from 1970 to 1977.
Now, on the basis of this coupe, it was decided to create a conceptual version of an entirely new crossover Italian brand. Pretty futuristic 2-door crossover was called Freccia.
Instead of directly imitating the design of Montreal in 1970 or slightly modernizing its exterior, the Alfa Romeo designers took as a basis certain forms and elements of the classic Alfa and turned them into a crossover with radically different proportions and an even more attractive appearance.
Like any other Alfa Romeo, the front of the new Freccia concept has a triangular false radiator grille of a small size. We note a special minimalism – on the front of the crossover there are no unnecessary elements. Not even the traditional headlights – instead of them thin slits that stretch from the grille to the arches of the front wheels.
The concept profiles also turned out to be unusual, especially the wheels, which have three thick curved needles. There are no side windows at all. In general, the Italians turned out very futuristic concept.