Is the return of the car most loved by Italians imminent? The clues all agree in signaling a beautiful surprise arriving during 2023: here’s which historic Alfa Romeo model we’ll drive again!
Or rather, there will be a lucky few to be able to drive it again. Yes, because the car we are talking about is one of the most exclusive cars that have ever been produced with the Alfa at the helm as well as a spectacular racing car transformed into a slightly more “civilized” car for citizens who intend to drive on the street. Collectors will already be scrambling to reserve it before it comes out.
It is not uncommon for two brands they accidentally copy name each other when they produce a car, which is why so many car manufacturers nowadays prefer to use numerical abbreviations directly. Peugeot is right to name its cars 206, 307 and 3008 since getting confused becomes much less difficult when only that car corresponds to a number.
For example, the Italian house Alfa Romeo has created a small conflict of interest among enthusiasts with the Alfa Romeo 33: you will all be thinking of the car immortalized above, a sports Berlinetta from sports performance came out not too long ago but this is not the case. In fact, this number is also associated with a car much rarer and expensive that very few lucky people have ever driven in the history of Italian engines.
Beautiful and beastly…
Unanimously considered and regardless of tastes, historical period and production company one of the most beautiful cars in history, the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale it is also one of the rarest and most expensive sports cars that can be found on the market. Or rather, that we can try to find since the units built in the sixties were just 18 between 1967 and 1969 and, at least at the moment in which we are preparing this piece, we have not received news that one of the owners is thinking of to sell.
Weighing around 690 kilograms – practically nothing – the 33 Stradale was one of the fastest cars of the period with no really dangerous rivals: the singular shape in fact allowed it to sprint up to 245 kilometers per hour, detaching an impressive 0 – 100 in just 4 seconds and broken, figures that they make an impression even nowadays. In a nutshell, we are talking about a historic, fast and rare to find car. At least for now.
Get back to speeding
Second authoritative sources which include some of the major Italian magazines in the sector, the house of the Biscione would be hungry for glory and would like to put a real supercar back into the field, a model with even higher performance than the more than appreciable 8C Competizione which is perhaps the last true supercar produced by the brand. Alfa Romeo CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato, who spoke about the project at the end of last year, hinted that something was brewing.
Last year, in November, the management of the house had postponed to March of this year further information on the supercar in the making, a car that should be produced in a limited edition of 33 specimens. This number immediately made us shoot with the imagination, thinking of a modern remake of the famous supercar which we told you about above.
The numbers reported by the rumors are mind-boggling, as if the prospect of the return of an exciting car like the famous 33 Stradale weren’t already enough to excite enthusiasts: the car could be hybrid or fully electric with an with power between 540 and 700 horsepower and a price tag of more than one million Euros, stuff to compete with Lamborghini and Ferrari. Do we think it will really happen? Bet us a hundred: by March, we will have news.
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