With a rear-wheel drive and a front-engine layout, the Alfa Romeo Carlo Chiti Concept sports coupe was created by Marco Procaccini, an independent designer. Named after the famed Italian engine and racing car designer Carlo Chiti who revolutionized the motorsports division at Alfa Romeo with his work. The Alfa Romeo Carlo Chiti study follows the form of a modern car which appears to be slightly more rounded in form than the classic sports car.
The study stands in at 1,250mm tall, 1,830mm wide and 4,050mm long and the two seater boasts of a lightweight yet compact frame. The modern day interpretation of the classic comes hot on the heels of Japanese automaker Mazda’s announcement of its next MX-5 roadster using the Alfa Romeo Spider sportster in a new deal with the Fiat Group which persuaded Procaccini to keep his Alfa Romeo Carlo Chiti study close to the real life dimensions of the Japanese vehicle.
The Alfa Romeo Carlo Chiti study could prove to be a really interesting design format which Fiat might want to consider in their future for the Alfa Romeo line up as a mid-engine sports car that slightly pricier and much more hardcore than anything else we have seen so far.
Via: Car Scoop