Alfa Romeo C18 Concept

Feb 1, 2017

Category: Rides

We’re all familiar with the Italian sports car manufacturer Alfa Romero who, since 1911, have been involved in car racing around the world. Well, here’s a concept from architect and designer Antonio Paglia that’s certainly one to admire. It’s a two-toned Alfa Romeo C18 Concept, and it’s here to keep you up at night.

If the name sounds familiar that’s because Paglia has been involved a myriad of different concepts over the years, even winning some awards for his work with the likes of Ducati and Ferrari. His designs are unrestricted, clearly outlined in these renderings and this two-toned piece is no exception. It looks like something straight out of a futuristic racing game, complete with a hyper-modern take on the contemporary supercar. And while we’re not sure how well your vision would be from the inside of the vehicle, we hope one day it’ll be put to the test on the Nürburgring. Only time will tell.

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