If you are familiar with the brand, then you know that Alfa created some of the most extravagant concepts in the automotive industry. It is a good practice to exercise creative design, and Alfa uses this for inspiration for the serial models we see on the road.
While some of them make it to the production lines like Tonale, Brera, etc., the concept we are bringing you today is going to have to wait for its turn, if it ever comes.
Alfa Romeo Pandion’s concept is presented for the first time in Geneva in 2010.
It is a beautiful concept car designed by Gruppo Bertone a design studio from Grugliasco- Italy. Alfa Pandion is developed in honor of Alfa Romeo’s 100 years of existence.
This concept is rear-wheel drive, it is powered by V8 4.7 liter engine placed in front which develops 450 horsepower and it goes from 0- 100km/h in 3.9 seconds. It essentially has an engine from Alfa Romeo 8C. It is a two-seater coupe with many unusual details and features.
Most noticeable are futuristic doors that open up and rotate toward the back. Alfa Romeo Pandion, even if it looks kind of futuristic, still has that aggressive Alfa look, and it is a car that any Alfa Romeo enthusiast would like to take for a spin.
Pandion’s wheelbase is 265cm, it is 462cm long, 194.2cm wide, 128.4cm high, and it weighs 1258kg. This car truly represents Alfa Romeo, and it shows us everything this Italian brand is about, great looks, performance, and of course that X factor which only Alfa Romeo cars have.