On 1989, at the Geneva Motor Show, Alfa Romeo unveiled a monster. Its initial impulse was at the hand of Robert Opron, while Antonio Castellana refined the design, as well as created the interior. The famed Zagato Z is on the car’s flanks—as they were mostly responsible for the construction of the beast.
Based on the Alfa 75, known in North America as the Milano, all the go-fast folk had their way with the new machine. The thermoplastic, injection-molded composite body was produced by Carplast in Italy and Stratime Cappelo Systems in France.
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