Alfa Romeo models are always featured in the list of the most beautiful cars and this model won’t be an exception. Italian design house Zagato celebrated 100 years of collaborating with Alfa Romeo with a one-off Giulia that went to a lucky German collector. Based on a shortened version of the Giorgio platform that underpins the current Giulia, Zagato created a long hood/short-deck design that perfectly captures the essence of Alfa’s history. The front is dominated by large air intakes – including the famous Alfa grille – fitted to a clamshell hood. The twin-bubble roof is left unpainted, with a thin light bar that traces the outline of the rear.
Power comes from the 540 horsepower, 2.9-liter GTAm-spec V6, driving the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission. The interior is carried over from the Giulia, with green accents that match the carbon fiber exterior. This coachbuilt Alfa joins a massive collection of current and vintage Alfa cars, along with a selection of Zagato-bodied Aston Martins.