Alfa Romeo Furia Concept Envisions an Italian Supercar Unlike Any Other
Depending on what you define as a ‘supercar,’ the Alfa Romeo 4C doesn’t exactly fit the bill. Sports car, sure, but in order to really up its image in the high-end performance community, Alfa Romeo would have to do and build something dramatic. Its solution lies in this concept. It’s dubbed the Alfa Romeo Furia, and was rendered by artist Paul Breshke of Breshke Design. If you’re familiar with that name, he's the same artist behind two equally beautiful concepts, the Bugatti Gangloff, and the Delahaye 94, both of which we’ve featured previously. His latest creation follows a similar style. RELATED: Maserati Planning Alfa Romeo-Based Sports Car?
Long and sleek, the Furia takes a few modern cues, and melds them seamlessly with iconic Alfa Romeo design. The 33 Stradale, GTV Spider, and even 4C can be attributed to being some of his main vehicles of inspiration.
The front end is immediately recognizable for Alfa, while the rear is something new entirely, putting to use healthy amounts of carbon fiber in a sophisticated and angular style.
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In total, it took Breshke 10 months of work from start to finish. The goal was to create a supercar that reflected “the spirit of the brand,” without having to go out and create an entirely "new generation of classic.” By that thinking, the supercar seems to have more than achieved the goals set out for it.
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