They are now completely sold out.
A seismic shockwave has coursed through the automobile aficionados’ circle, as Alfa Romeo drops the bombshell: their limited-edition 33 Stradale is sold out! Launched just two months ago in late August, this modern marvel has found owners for each of its 33 iterations, echoing the legacy of its 1967 namesake.
There is hope for the recovery of vehicles stored in trailers, like this case here.
Surprised? Well, one shouldn't be. Limited edition supercars have the penchant to vanish faster than they appear, especially when they carry the allure of designs like that of the 33 Stradale. The original 1967 model, an exemplary design by Franco Scaglione, was an epitome of car aesthetics. The new supercar picks up the baton and races with it.
This modern rendition of the 33 Stradale doesn't merely pay homage to its precursor; it signals the vanguard of Alfa Romeo’s design evolution. As Alfa Romeo puts it, this supercar is the brand's way of “anticipating some of the brand’s future lines.” Crafted in collaboration with the iconic Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera, the 33 Stradale exemplifies meticulous craftsmanship, ensuring every inch of the car screams 'luxury.'
Each of the 33 pieces stands as a unique testament to Alfa Romeo's commitment to customization. Owners aren't just purchasing a car; they're becoming a part of the artistic process, ensuring their ride is a reflection of their personal tastes. Whether it's the roaring 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6, flaunting a staggering 620bhp or the silent yet fierce electric tri-motor variant with over 750bhp, the choice is theirs.
Of course, these contemporary chariots come with a price – a cool €1.7 million before taxes. While this might seem exorbitant, each owner is not just getting a car but a piece of automotive history.
Didn't manage to grab one for your collection? Don't fret. You can still feast your eyes on this marvel at the 'Salone Auto e Moto d’Epoca', a revered classic car exposition in Bologna, Italy. Just make sure to pick your jaw up from the floor after you're done admiring it.