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New Photo of Alfa Romeo Gloria Sports Saloon Concept

by on Feb.21, 2013, under Alfa Romeo Car Specs, Auto Review Specs

New Photo of Alfa Romeo Gloria Sports Saloon Concept

Another debut to look forward to at next month’s Geneva Motor Show has surfaced in the form of “Gloria” – a sleek, luxury saloon concept born from a collaboration between the European Design Institute (IED) of Turin and the Alfa Romeo Style Centre. Gloria is part of IED’s educational program aimed at producing the car designers of tomorrow and like the Alfa Romeo 4C, the design has been penned with the American market mind.The end result is the Gloria concept for the Geneva show – a car that’s somewhat restrained for an Alfa Romeo. It has smooth and elegant lines that give the impression of not trying to so much crack the US and Asian markets as to slide in.
That said, there are some neat touches, such as the leather straps on the bonnet and what appear to be rear-hinged rear doors.The fighter jet-like narrow grille is flanked by modest air intakes above which sit headlamps that are little more than slits.Meanwhile, the windscreen and side windows blend into the roof and rear section and, on the whole, it has a certain echo of American muscle cars and some higher performance Asian models.As to stats, all we know so far is that Gloria is 4700 mm (15.4 ft) long, 1920 mm (6.2 ft) wide and stands 1320 mm (4.3 ft) high with a wheelbase of 2900 mm (9.5 ft). A working version would have a V6 or V8 biturbo engine under the hood.Source:
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Alfa Romeo 4C Concept world premiere – 2011 Geneva

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