Alfisti Crew supports designers all around the world, and we have brought you some incredible artwork throughout the years. Today is no different. The vision we are bringing you is a masterpiece of a incredibly talented Antonio Paglia, who’s architect and designer.
Before we dive deeper into his creation, we have to mention that Antonio has years of experience behind him, working for some of the most famous brands in the world like Ferrari, Ducati, Kawasaki, etc.
Alfa Romeo C18 concept is inspired by elegance, and emotion just as many other previous Alfa creations which came to life.
However, C18 is more modern, sleek, and futuristic, which would be a great fit as the next Alfa’s supercar. Just as with pretty much everything else, the beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and we know this design will not sit well with everybody.
This goes particularly for the front end. While we find it beautiful, some might argue that it lacks the aggressiveness some of the other Alfa models have. One of the interesting features this car has, which can’t be seen anywhere else is the windshield. Starting from the front, it stretches over the driver and serves as the roof as well.
Alfa Romeo C18 front is characterized by the recognizable Alfa Romeo triangular scudetto, and by the LED running lights. The path in which vents are combined with headlights is also very appealing.
The back-end design is as close to perfection as it can be. Two circular taillights which are connected by the thin strip of LED are simply a great piece of design. The shell which envelops the whole back end is also something you can’t see every day, and it is a feature that would be well-accepted in the automotive world.
Profile view reveals the humongous vents which are perfectly blended into the overall design. There is also a 4-leaf clover and aggressive side skirts which complete the design.
In the end, the Alfa Romeo C18 concept is a stunning exercise of creativity by a very talented artist who managed to capture all of the values the brand is about. Whether it will ever see the light of day, in any form, only time will tell, but the chances are slim.