Alfa-Romeo to reveal new Supercar in 2023

Alfa-Romeo to reveal new Supercar in 2023

Alfa Romeo will unveil a new halo supercar next year, Alfa Romeo’s CEO, Jean-Philippe Imparato, has revealed in an interview. He said that the new supercar would be “very exciting, very selective, very expensive”. The new supercar will be shown initially as a design prototype in the first half of 2023. If enough interest is shown, it will enter low-volume production by 2025.


There is no official statement on the power source, but since Imparato has decreed that Alfa Romeo will release electric cars only after 2025, it is thought that the supercar could be a swansong for the Giulia-based V6 twin-turbo petrol engine – possibly with even more power than the 540hp of the recent Giulia GTA.


Alfa-Romeo to reveal new Supercar in 2023

Imparato is a great fan of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale of the 1960s, saying: “If one day, I’m able to say okay, ‘Alfa Romeo is secure now’, Duetto and 33 Stradale are my favourite options for the future.”

But design chief Alejandro Mesonero- Romanos says that, even if the new supercar is a spiritual successor to the 33 Stradale, its design won’t be retro. “Our cars are going to be daring but don’t expect retro cars – our cars are going to be full Alfa Romeo. I loved the Alfa Romeo Montreal from Gandini but I wouldn’t bring necessarily those elements. I will try to think about the spirit of a car… very horizontal, very agile. I will try to analyse what is its spirit, what inspires me and then… I try to build it into a new philosophy.

ABOVE: Stradale 33 Visione was a 2021 virtual project by Andrea Castiglione BOTTOM: Original Alfa 8C announcement from 2018

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