Yes, exactly “new”. After all, automotive history has already known a car called the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale – a sports coupe of the late 1960s that looked like a real “dream car” of those years: a centralized engine layout, a magnificent streamlined body, and lifting doors. It is in honor of the 1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale that the new model is built!
Moreover, it looks like the new Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale supercar will become a “classic of its time” in due course. After all, it is built according to classic recipes, but with the use of modern technologies: carbon monocoque and aluminum subframes, double wishbone suspension, BREMBO carbon-ceramic brakes under the branded golden wheels.
And, of course, the impressive design – just look at how perfectly the headlights and lights, lifting wing doors, and side air intakes are made. Just like its predecessor, the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale of the 1960s, the newest Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale supercar can be fully “opened” to access the engine.
And here we are in for a double surprise – because the newest Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale supercar will have two versions: gasoline and electric. In the first case, a V6 3.0 turbo engine with a capacity of 620 horses and an 8-speed DCT transmission and rear-wheel drive are used. In the second case, three electric motors will be installed inside the body, and the total power will reach about 750 “horses”. Either version will accelerate from 0-100 km/h in three seconds, with the top speed of the gasoline version reaching 333 km/h.
So, everything will be beautiful under the body panels – and the same will be true in the cabin: Poltrona Frau or Alcantara leather, brushed aluminum or carbon, branded seats with stripes. The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale supercar also surprises with the absence of large displays. Instead, attention is focused on traditional instruments, an elongated center console, mechanical toggle switches, and a classic round steering wheel. It looks great!
Only 33 units of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale will be produced, and all of them have already been pre-ordered by potential customers. But Alfa Romeo representatives say that this is not the “end” but a new “beginning” of the history of creating exclusive limited edition cars. So, after the release of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale supercar, we can expect new masterpieces and real dream cars from the Italians.