Zagato Announces A New Alfa Romeo Concept: TZ3 Corsa
Zagato designers have said they will present a new Alfa Romeo concept at the 2010 Villa D’Este Concorso d’Eleganza, where Alfa Romeo will celebrate its centenary.
While the Italians from Alfa Romeo are preparing to celebrate their centenary, their fellow countrymen from Zagato announce they will present a concept, in world premiere, at Villa D’Este Concorso d’Eleganza. The model will be called Alfa Romeo TZ3 Corsa and is a tribute to the special Alfa TZ models of the past. For now, those from Zagato had no further details about the new concept that will make its debut on April 23.
The guys from Zagato has a remarkable experience in design, their latest creation was Peugeot RCZ. They created numerous Lancia and Alfa Romeo models, but also models for niche automakers such as Bentley, Spyker, Ferrari and Aston Martin. The Zagato Company was established at the end of World War I by Ugo Zagato, which has invested his knowledges gained in aircraft construction for emerging the cars market. At that time, the cars created by Zagato were known for exceptional aerodynamics and a special design.
The Zagato concept would be the fourth Alfa Romeo concept introduced this year, all four being made in honor of the centenary of the Milan automaker. The Italians are involved in other design projects, such as a system of automatic electric trains for the people of Abu Dhabi city. Many Zagato models are known for special roof that has two bumps, which gives drivers plenty of room for the competition helmet. Among other special features of the Zagato models we mention that lights are the first elements of the car body from the front, the flat handles of the doors and the absence of bumpers protruding body, and no side mirrors.