The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale will not be produced by Stellantis


You thought you knew everything aboutAlfa Romeo 33 Stradale ? Here's a piece of information some of you may have missed. Alfa Romeo's very exclusive supercar will not be produced in a Stellantis factory, but by another fine Italian company.

One might have thought that, given similarities with the Maserati MC20The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale would be produced at the Modena plant, where the 4C and 8C have already been produced, but this was not to be.


The Italian company Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera has been chosen. for the production of the 33 Stradale. A choice ofAlfa Romeo which is explained by the desire to make this a luxury, collector's model that can be highly personalized, right down to the chassis number, which can be chosen by the customer.

Rest assured, Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is far from being a start-up. It already has many exclusive cars and concepts to its credit.


For example, the Alfa Romeo Disco Volante and Disco Volante Spyder, both based on the Alfa Romeo 8C.

But also the beautiful Sciadipersia, based on a Maserati Granturismo, limited to 15 examples. Also available as a convertible, based on a Grancabrio.


Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is no stranger to extreme customization. and ultra-limited models. They have the know-how to transform a Maserati MC20 into an Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale.

To our knowledge, this is the first time that a manufacturer has placed a direct order with Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera for the production of a small series.


All this may explain the extreme price of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stadale.A price tag of between €1.5 million and €2 million. By way of comparison, the price of the Disco Volante has never been revealed, but there were whispers of a price of over €800,000, while a new Alfa Romeo 8C was sold for around €200,000. At the time, this already seemed absurd. And yet, these models are collectors' items...


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  1. According to reliable sources, Alexandre, both the Sciadipersia and the Disco Volante have sold over a million units, and each one is unique.
    I'm crazy about these 2 models (as are the 8C and the Granturismo).
    This isn't the first time a car brand has called on a major coachbuilder to create their models. It happens all the time, and even for models

  2. The bodywork of these models is entirely handcrafted by highly-skilled boilermakers, and of course the interior is also made by expert hands using noble materials. The price is not surprising, given the low production run and the hours of work required... Touring has a long and prestigious history of production for Italian manufacturers, but also for others such as Aston Martin, for whom Touring designed and built the famous DB5...

  3. The flying disco was not a success with its bowl-like design, and I'm not even talking about the monstrosity based on the magnificent Granturismo.

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