Alfa Romeo showed off the prototype Montreal Vision GTOctober 21, 2019
The Italian automaker, along with Luc Serafini, developed a prototype supercar based on a 1970s model.
The front of the concept has a lot of chrome accents in the place where the headlights are usually located to give the futuristic car an aggressive look. The typical Alfa Romeo triangular grille, of course, has the same design as the large duct on the hood of the original Alfa Romeo Montreal.
It is impossible not to pay attention to the fact that the prototype is much longer and aerodynamic than the original. On the sides are large wheels with a chrome design, and four more small horizontal ventilation openings directly behind the doors.
“Back in 1986, my father acquired the orange Alfa Romeo Montreal. I will never forget the night when he parked in the garage. There was a lot of smoke around, and the first thing I could see was red taillights and chrome silencers. I remember that feeling when I looked at all this. Muscular, dynamic and aggressive, ” – said Serafini, describing his own creation.
Recall that recently published pictures of the serial Alfa Romeo Tonale on the Internet. The novelty was captured in the course of “clinical” trials.
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