Alfa Romeo and IED Preview Gloria Concept for Geneva Motor Show

Alfa Romeo and European Design Institute (IED) are bringing a new concept car called Gloria to the Geneva Motor Show.

The Gloria Concept is the result of twenty Master in Transportation Design students at IED, who worked in collaboration with the Alfa Romeo Style.

“We asked the students in the Master programme to give us their completely independent interpretation of a new Alfa Romeo saloon,” states Lorenzo Ramaciotti, Head of Fiat & Chrysler Design. “During development, we commented, discussed and guided the projects in order to get the most from their spontaneous expressions of creativity. The result was stimulating and marked by professional and creative excellence.”

This sleek four-door sports-saloon is 4700 mm long, 1920 mm wide, 1320 mm high with a wheelbase of 2900 mm. If ever produced it would be powered by a state-of-the-art V6 or V8 biturbo engines.

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