Alfa Romeo 6C 3200 Cento Rendering
An independent Dutch/Italian design company by the name of 1754 Fuori dell’ ordinario have created a design study to celebrate Alfa Romeo’s 100 years of automaking history. Called the Alfa Romeo 6C 3200 Cento, named after the number of cylinders found in the vehicle, the 6C 3200 Cento was inspired by the beautiful spiders and historic racers from Alfa Romeo.
The 6C 3200 Cento has the aesthetic styling of a spider with classic Alfa Romeo touches. It also resembles the 2uettottanta concept from Pininfarina although the V-shaped grille is more pronounced and extends to a V-shaped bonnet as seen on theAlfa Romeo 159. The line of the 6C extends smoothly down the car and finishes with a subtle spoiler. The deep sunken headlights also add to the Alfa Romeo style.
The engine for the Alfa Romeo 6C 3200 Cento was chosen by the designers as the 3.2L V6 found in the Alfa Romeo 156 GTA. This engine provides a galloping 250hp at 6200rpm. The fun doesn’t end there as the power transforms into beautiful music as it escapes the exhaust.
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Source: Groenlicht Autonieuws