Belgian design company Creatix designed the Alfa Romeo Spix concept as an interpretation of what an Alfa Romeo sports car may look like in 50-100 years time.
"I wanted to keep the aspect of a car and not transform it into a space ship. Therefore, the interior looks quiet actually, but is also a pretty design. For the exterior, I have adapted the Italian design by, among other things, suppressing the wheels. The overall aspect had to give an impression of power and robustness."
While the Spix was labeled as a ’flying car’ and no wheel are visible, the proportions and lines suggest that conventional wheels could quite easily be integrated into the design - without destroying the concepts overall appeal.
Creatix used traditional and contemporary Alfa Romeo design cues in the Spix concept, namely the triangular grille, projector headlights (similar to the Alfa Romeo Brera), and flowing graceful lines - especially at the rear.