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Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Here she is the fabulous Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 'Visione'

Beautiful ONES It seems nowadays many good automotive designs be forgotten in a second. It could be happened due to there're so many things affected onto it. Ranging from the complexity of safety rules and so on, which then determine what a designer can and cannot do in designing a vehicle. And even more sad, where not a few car makers who incidentally are big companies are actually more interested in pleasing their investors than the consumers.
Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 'Visione' is designed to re-imagine the Alfa Romeo's legendary car with a a design that pleases the eye and suits the engine as well as the driver. (Picture from: AutoEvolution)
But something different happened half a century ago, when everything was still flowing naturally without being too shackled by the rules and money. Under such circumstances, Alfa Romeo managed to develop one of the most beautiful designs of all time, the road-going version of the Autodelta Tipo 33 sports prototype designed by the legendary Franco Scaglione. Later, it was translated into the real form of the Alfa Romeo Stradale 33 as many as 18 units by Carrozzeria Marazzi in between 1967 and 1969.
The front fascia of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 'Visione' is completed with the low-positioned scudetto grille is a pentagon with rounded edges and a beautiful graphite finish. It is visually connected with two elongated air intakes, with round LED fog lights looking like jewels. (Picture from: AutoEvolution)
As quoted of the Autoevolution, this is deliberately done by the Italian auto manufacturer, so that the racing technology that has been developed by them available to the public. As we have known, the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is powered by a 2.0-liter dual-overhead V8 engine with a flat-plane crankshaft. The engine is capable of spitting out power of up to 227 horsepower, allowing the 33 Stradale to accelerate from rest to 100 kph in less than 6 seconds, before hitting a top speed of 260 kph
Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 'Visione' concept's greenhouse is made in stunning proportions, provides great visibility for the driver, while showcasing the beautiful mid-mounted V8 engine. (Picture from: AutoEvolution)
Recently, the legendary 33 Stradale has again attracted the interest of a group of its lovers consisting of Andrea Castiglione, Steffen Hess, Marco Zafferana, Christian Schutz, and Sergio La Gattuta are worked along to re-imagine it into the three dimensions digital design study called the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 'Visione'.
Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 'Visione' has a carbon-fibre splitter appears below the integrated bumper for a sharp look. The clamshell bonnet includes the whole front end. (Picture from: AutoEvolution)
The aim of the project was to retain the original model's distinctive-endurance style bodywork and design language while endowing the vehicle appearance with the more modern visual theme. The Stradale 33 Visione's design concept includes many interesting aesthetic influences from other Alfa Romeo's iconic 1960s supercars such as the Giulia Sprint GTA, the 33/2 Coupe concept car of 1969, and even the Alfa radial engined medium class bomber, Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero.
While at the rear of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 'Visione' is featured with the ultimate highlight is the central inlet with rounded edges, surrounded by LED taillights and added four exhaust tips flanking the transmission housing. (Picture from: AutoEvolution)
When you look at the appearance, the car concept's greenhouse is made in stunning proportions, then equipped with LED headlights and taillights, a video camera instead of the rearview mirror, a center lock wheel, and four exhaust tips flanking the transmission housing. Most likely it using a DCT instead of a good manual, the gearbox is directly connected to its V8 fierced engine which also can be seen by your eyes thanks to the transparant engine cover.
Unfortunately, until now the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale Visione remains a concept in the minds of its designers and will not change forever, because now the Italian automaker has other plans for a sporty crossover through its partnership with Groupe PSA.👽 *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTION | CAREXPERT | HICONSUMPTION | BEHANCE ]
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