Geneva 2010: Bertone Pandion, the Alfa lifting the arms

Geneva 2010: Bertone Pandion, the Alfa lifting the arms

Here are the first images of the Bertone concept car to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Alfa Romeo brand. Pandion Its name evokes a small raptor in North America (to anticipate the return?) Which when deployed its wings, can think of this concept Alfa Romeo doors to elytra.

Mike Robinson, the new head of the "new" Stile Bertone taken over by Lilli, the widow of Nuccio, let his mind wander to reinterpret the classic aesthetic of the mark in Milan. The V-shaped grille is new and very futuristic vision oscillates between cyborg technology and biology. This 2 +2 coupe based on the 8C weighs only 1000 kg despite a length of 4.82m (height 1.28m) and the presence of the V8 supersport 8C. The massive use of carbon is the explanation.

Aesthetically, the young team (average 23 years of age) of the American Robinson has designed a car whose outer skin is grafted on a spine running through the cabin. Note the stern frayed, multiple strips of carbon, suggesting the speed.










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