So many supercar concepts, so little time!
These two really cool ideas that did not get made into production models.
The Caimano is based on the small, rear-drive Alfasud platform – but with one key difference: the windshield is part of a one-piece canopy door that hinges upward — just like the coolest concepts seen from Ferrari in the 512 series.
The Navajo, on the other hand, is crisp to the extreme. With a huge wing in back that makes it look more like a stunt airplane than a sports car.
1971 Alfa-Romeo Caimano
1976 Alfa-Romeo Navajo
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