Alfa Romeo produced a limited number of 500 8C Competizione with production ending in 2010, the company is promising the 4C sports car in 2013 after teasing it recently. However, George M. and Florian J both working in the automotive industry feel that Alfa Romeo can do more, they have come up with an idea for a GT called the 6C Cuore Sportivo.
Speaking to Carscoop, George said that the model pays homage to Alfa Romeo’s past coupes while also looking into the future of the brand. This is what Florian had to say;
Designed in tribute to the great Alfa Romeo GT coaches, the 6C Cuore Sportivo consequently takes the features of different past models from the company, through a modern approach, and in the continuity of the 8C Competizione. This project, evoking different periods standing for the peak of the Milanese firm was born from a discussion between two Alfisti passionate professionals working in the automotive industry, George M. and Florian J.
From the front inspired by the 30s through the 6C 2500 Sport Touring Berlinetta, to the back oriented like the 8C Competizione as the 60s proudly represented by 33 Stradale, the car clearly adopts the genes of Biscione, acquired through its glorious history.
Mingling classic curves and sharp lines, 6C fully assumes its neo retro look. If the front, dissociated, differs from the more unified rear, the global style of the car is guided by the V-shape or boomerang, which is mainly represented by the grille.
This geometry is particularly found in lights, lateral outlets and exhaust. Addition to door handles dissimulated in the same way as on the 156, there is also the Quadrifoglio Verde which enables door opening.