Alfa Romeo Montreal concept has first been introduced in 1967, in Montreal Canada. The first production car came off the production lines in...
Alfa Romeo’s future is uncertain when it comes to sports cars. The management is betting everything on SUVs and crossovers, and honestly, it...
Alfisti Crew supports designers all around the world, and we have brought you some incredible artwork throughout the years. Today is no different....
Alfa Romeo has been a very popular brand among designers for years. We’ve seen many creations which, frankly, shook the automotive world. Cars like Alfa Romeo BAT, although very eccentric, managed to see the light of day.
In 1997 something really special came out with a serpent badge and it was the unmistakable Alfa Romeo Scighera. It was designed under Italdesign roof by none other than Fabrizio Giugiaro. Whether you like it or not, we all have to admit one thing, it is striking, and design-wise (with a few modern tweaks) it could compete with the modern supercars.
Today, we’re bringing you another incredible design study created by very talented designer Jérémy Sachot. It is a creation purely inspired by work of world-renowned design studio which is now sadly closed, the Bertone.
When we take a look at mass produced cars nowadays we notice the pattern of dull boring creations whose main purpose is to make huge profits for their companies. What happened to the good old days when almost all of the car brands took pride in their work, the times when cars were special, full of character and charisma?
New Alfa Romeo Alfetta might be making a comeback in a big way. Alfa Romeo brand has been through some rough years in recent past, however, that doesn’t mean that they weren’t successful. For example 156 model has proved itself one of most successful in brand history, but sadly it did have some issues.
Alfa Romeo Diva concept first appeared on 2006 Geneva Motor show as a celebration of 10 year existence of Espace Sbarro School of Design. This beautiful Alfa Romeo implemented both modern technology and the beautiful design lines that scream 1960’s. This is not your usual car in any way.
This vision of luxury Alfa Romeo certainly will not be the successor of 166 model, but it’s still a very impressive study done by designer Engin Tulay. His vision is called Alfa Romeo Orbita and it is imagined as biggest and most luxurious model of Alfa also called Ammiraglia.