Most of us who don’t have the skills to draw will never be able to improve on something like stick figures, let alone design a concept model of a car. But for those who have the talent, it becomes a question of how far your imagination can take you.

Like what they say; when you have it, you have it.

20-year old design student Davide Varenna sure has it and his designing skill isn’t any more evident than this study he made of the Alfa Romeo Montreal for the "Stile Italiano Giovani 2010" competition organized by ANFIA.
It’s hard enough to make a rendering of a timeless classic like the Montreal but Varenna doesn’t seem to have had much problem doing so.

By adopting a lot of elements from the original Montreal, including the deep headlights, the contours of the windows and doors and the hood-mounted NACA duct. Apart from these, the Vareena’s design is completely the work of his imagination.

Very impressive, to say the least.

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Source: Autoblog IT

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2 comments:

  (780) posted on 03.17.2010

Well you can almost change anything with the design, but you can never change or remove the delta shape front air intake of the alpha romeo.

  (364) posted on 03.16.2010

Impressive design, i must say the student who designed this is very talented, he should be awarded as one of the best AR designs.

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