Alfa Romeo, is the 33 Stradale ready to be reborn? Here it is (VIDEO)

The renderings of the future Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale have appeared online, one of the models that the head of the brand dreams of returning to produce.

Committed to F1, but with a future definitely in the balance, Alfa Romeo it is beginning to change its skin. In fact, the decisive restyling of the brand has begun after years in which models were scarce on the market. After Stelvioit was decided to bet hard now on Tonalthe SUV that aims to steal market shares from the big brands that now dominate the sector in Europe. And waiting to understand what it will be like there Brennerexpected to make its debut next year, rumors are growing about upcoming cars that could end up in the production chain.

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The Tonale is the first Alfa Romeo that will also be fully electric, a technology that now seems to be the future of the car. The major car manufacturers have started a complete redesign of their range for several years, which will be completely electrified in the next 10 years. In fact, from 2035 the construction of endothermic engines will be prohibitedwhile those who have previously purchased them will still be able to continue to circulate, bringing the vehicle to the end of its life. And the Milanese house, like the others, is adapting to this change.

There are many ideas that are circulating on the net about the Biscione’s next moves on the market. Among the first Alfa Romeo full electric cars there should be the Giulia four-door sedan, but there are also renderings of another car that made the history of the Italian brand circulate on the net, that Juliet released from the assembly lines only two years ago but that many enthusiasts would like to see again on the road in a new guise. There are also those who have ventured that this electrical breakthrough could bring to completion that project never really put into practice of the They flythe concept car that was produced in the 1950s and which was only an exercise in style that did not find an outlet on a real model.

Alfa Romeo, the 33 Stradale “dream” is back

The program presented by the leaders of the Italian brand, which runs until 2030, talks about a series of new vehicles (at least 5) that will enrich and renew the entire Alfa car fleet. And there is also talk of an iconic model, which has made the history of the Italian house: let’s talk aboutAlfa Romeo 33 Stradalewhich would return in a completely new, almost futuristic guise.

Among the dreams of Jean-Philippe Learnedat the head of the Brand, there would be this model, in addition to the Spider “Duetto”. All to keep alive the emotional value of the brand and its history, without betraying the expectations of the most intransigent and tied to the past. The 33 Stradale is still today one of the most beautiful cars ever produced by the Italian house, which was marketed in the 1960s, precisely from 1967 to 1969. It was created by the sports division From the carwhich produced only 19 examples. It was a real gem, not only for the elegant and sporty lines at the same time, but also for the engine it was fitted with, a 230 HP 2000 V8.

For this new 33 Stradale, Alfa Romeo would be willing to collaborate with Sauber Engineeringwith which it has a partnership in F1 and with which it has already developed models such as the Giulia GTA And GTAm. And for the Biscione it would really be the realization of a dream that had already been in mind since 2018, when the top management thought of a mid-engine supercar. There are those who speak of a possible V6 already seen on the Giulia and Stelvio with 630 HP of power, but in the new ideas of Stellar and the management team of the Milanese company also wants to produce some models with an electric engine, with a power that would be close to 1,000 hp.

And, like its ancestor, the 33 Stradale will be a limited series of 33 units, with prices that could rise to almost 500 thousand euros. According to the first rumors leaked on the net, the shape would recall not only that of the model of the sixties but also the 8C, with the Alfa emblem very low and a wide bonnet, which on the sides has a LED optical group with four horizontal stripes. On the sides of the arches that also make room for thin air intakes that then become more sinuous in the rear of this Alfa, which features two round lights as well as a long strip that almost connects them. To see it it almost looks like a miniature Ferrari.