Alfa Romeo 8C and 8C Spider

Admire the fascinating lines of this two-seater carbon fiber car, 4278 mm long, very wide with its 1900 mm and 1250 mm high, with a wheelbase of 2595 mm.

Its general line is doubled by a thin protrusion that takes on the general shapes.

Produced by the Centro Stile Alfa Romeo, the new car confirms the brand’s excellence in this sector, as demonstrated by some of the most beautiful spiders in the history of world motoring, such as the Giulietta Spider of the 1950s and the legendary Duetto made famous by the film “The Winner” in 1967 with Dustin Hoffman. It is the turn of the Alfa 8C Spider to take up the challenge by projecting into the future the values of technology and emotion that belong to the Alfa Romeo heritage.

It is the turn of the Alfa 8C Spider to take up the challenge by projecting into the future the values of technology and emotion that belong to the Alfa Romeo heritage. Located at the height of the wheel arches, it gives it a dynamic touch.

The very wide wheels, with 245/50-R 20 tires at the front and 275/35-R 20 tires at the rear, give this car a muscular stern that the marked wings still confirm, giving it a strong personality.

In the 1930s and 1940s, the 8C designation applied to sports cars equipped with an eight-cylinder in-line engine.

As for the term “competizione”, it refers to the 6C Competizione, a competition coup√© driven by Fangio and Zanardi during the memorable Mille Milles of 1950.

Find here a great music video featuring the Alfa Romeo 8C and the Roadster version. Beautiful images on winding roads along the sea.

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