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Alfa Romeo 33 Navajo Concept by Bertone 1976

In March 1976, Bertone unveiled an exceptional styling design based on the Alfa Romeo 33 racing chassis. The tubular chassis was extended in wheelbase in order to allow an appropriate space for two passengers in this 2 seats sports coupe. The styling research was oriented at optimizing the aerodynamic and especially the road holding properties.
The Alfa Romeo 33 Navajo Concept by Bertone 1976 overall shape is simple and original in design. The adjustable rear spoiler is integrated in the rear futuristic shape.
The front end design is very clean and incorporates a front spoiler.
The engine  is a V8 at 90°, 1995 cc. producing 245 hp at 8800 rpm.
The cabin design is interesting for the time with an instrument panel that summarizes the operating data on a single screen.
The headlamps are retractable. In this case the movement is horizontal on each side of the front fenders rather than the usual “pop up headlamp” solution. Concept cars sometimes propose solution that we can not imagine for everyday life.
Overall dimensions: length 3800 mm, width 1860 mm, height 1050 mm, wheelbase 2430 mm, front track 1515 mm, rear track 1520 mm, weight 870 kg
Tyres Pirelli P7, 235/45 VR13 front and 285/40 VR15 rear

Navajo is the name of Indian tribes from Apache group, famous for their elegant dressing and their skill for weaving fabrics.

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