The long-rumored limited edition Alfa Romeo supercar will debut on August 30th. The brand teased Intake Grille with a line on Twitter: “Courage to dream. It’s time to seize the game-changing moment with more passion than ever. Get ready to enter your dreams.”
It is also said that a happening will occur. Live streaming from the Alfa Romeo Museum at Arese, Italy. The location was heralded in February when brand CEO Philippe Imparato said: “We are proud of our contribution to Alfa Romeo’s history and are working to bring the 8C aside in the Arese museum. That’s what we want.”
August 30: “Il coggio di sonale”.
It’s time to seize the game-changing moment with more passion than ever before. Get ready to enter the dream. pic.twitter.com/3hQjs4xBtQ
— Alfa Romeo (@alfa_romeo)
July 4, 2023
Reports say this something could be called the ’33’, modeled after the original Tipo 33 race car and the 1967 Stradale. Both versions of the T33 are legendary in the brand’s history, but the competition versions were both powered by a 2.0-liter V8. The long-touted 6C name was something between his late 1920s and early 1950s six-cylinder Alfas, his now-defunct 8C Competizione his supercar and his 4C sports car.
What we do know is that this new beast will be the V6. The press agrees that the Maserati MC20 Cielo Roadster will provide the skeleton. Maserati’s flagship is built on the same carbon tubs as the 4C’s construction, with front and rear aluminum subframes, and the Maserati retired He is manufactured at the same Modena facility as the 4C. The Alfa Romeo brand F1 team may have contributed to the chassis adjustment proposal. The supercar unveiling will take place on the same weekend as the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, making it a natural crossover showcase.
Different engines have different sources. Some believe the entire MC20 Cielo package is a leap, including a twin-turbo 3.0-liter Nettuno V6 that makes 621 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. Engineers are said to add at least one electric motor to boost power output to around 800 horsepower. Some believe the limited edition GTAm will be a Giulia Quadrifoglio twin-turbo 2.9-liter V6 tuned to 539 horsepower and 443 lb-ft.
Production and price speculation are spread all over the world. car To tell Only 33 examples come out of Modena. Autocar believes each will cost more than his €1 million (US$1.1 million) and top speeds will reach 333 kilometers per hour (206 mph). However, the name seems to be 6C for him.italian magazine Quattro route think “Dozens” will see their lives. Either way, the run is gone. The CEO admitted in February that he had received a down payment before the automaker got the go-ahead and warned everyone about the situation, saying, “The car will sell out before I even announce it.”