The Dutch have turned the coupe Alfa Romeo 4C into a retro carJanuary 21, 2019
The car is considered a modern interpretation 33 Stradale
Firm Ugur Sahin Design from the Netherlands presented the concept of a retro version of Alfa Romeo 4C called Nivola. According to the authors of the project, coupe can be considered a modern interpretation of 33 Stradale by Italian designer Franco Scaglione, and she received her name in honor of race driver Tazio Nuvolari.
The description on the company’s website indicates that the car still exists in the renderers. It is assumed that the original 4C chassis will be used to build the Nivola, and all body panels will be new. They are made of aluminum or carbon fiber.
In the case of interest from potential buyers coupe will release a very limited edition. The engine will probably remain stock. This is a four-cylinder turbo engine, issuing 240 hp (350 Nm of torque) and combined with a robotic gearbox.
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The mid-engine Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is a road version of the Tipo 33 racing. The car was presented to the public at the sports car show in Monza, Italy, in the autumn of 1967. The total circulation of the 33rd Road was 16 copies. In motion coupe led two-liter V8 with a capacity of about 240 horsepower. The 33 Stradale was equipped with a six-speed gearbox, magnesium alloy wheels and a double wishbone front suspension and a double trailing rear.
Last summer, the Adler Group and Up Design firms presented what the next-generation 4C might look like. The Alfa Romeo Mole Construction Artigianale 001 coupe developed by them received a design in the style of the latest models of the Italian brand and a redesigned interior with a digital dashboard, but without displaying an information system. In the interior decoration was used carbon and genuine leather.
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