One of the main reasons why a concept car can have such dramatic styling cues is because the car will never be driven on a public road so it does not have to ad hear to any government safety standards. So we can only imagine the lack of restrictions that are in place on a design house when creating a pre-production concept car.
Fortunately this task has been assigned to a Dutch Coach Building company by Alfa Romeo in an attempt obtain a fresh take on the brands design language. Alfa explicitly asked design firm “Ugur Sahin Design” to reinterpret the Classic lines of the company’s history, in an attempt to create a stylistic master piece. The end result is called the Alfa Romeo C12 CTS Concept, which can be seen below in the computer rendered video, which looks more suit to be found in The next “Need for Speed” or “Forza Motorsports 4 video games” then in an Alfa Romeo board room.
Ugur Sahin Design was quoted as saying “One of the main features of the design is the way its stance is shaped. As a whole it gives you the impression of “forward-movement” even while standing still. The iconic Alfa Romeo Grille hosts the center of the organic lines which flow towards the back and around the car with minimum distraction and maximum visual impact.”
If you are interested in purchasing the newly conceptualized C12 CTS Ugur Sahin Design is currently seeking investors who may want to see the car become a reality. Hello Eric Clapton were talk to you, could we interest you in a second one off sports car?