Last month, Alfa Romeo showcased the stunning 33 Stradale. Only 33 examples are being built, and they’re already sold out. Having realized there’s demand for ultra-exclusive models, Alfa Romeo has started working on another limited-edition supercar.
As you may be aware, the 33 Stradale is a modern rendition of the Tipo 33 Stradale from the 1960s. Alfa Romeo is expected to adopt a similar strategy for its upcoming supercar. It is said that customers have expressed interest in iconic models like the 1960 Giulietta SZ and 1970 Montreal. Another strong candidate is the 1963 Giulia TZ.
The new exclusive models will be developed by the brand’s special division known internally as ‘Bottega’. One new model will be rolled out each year. It will be a low-volume product with fewer than 50 units.
The 33 Stradale is being built by Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera. It is available in two trim levels – Tributo and Alfa Corse, and is powered by either a 620 hp V6 or a 750 hp electric powertrain offering a range of 450 km.