The Alfa Romeo TZ debuted in 1962 as a competition car with Zagato bodywork. A new version in 1964, the TZ2. It took 47 years for the TZ3 to be unveiled in 2011, with only 10 cars being built at the time. Inspired by Alfa Romeo’s motorsport history and also by its very characteristic design, designer Samir Sadikhov created his own version of the TZ, with his Concept TZ4. Samir has kept intact the traditional long bonnet/short rear lines of classic Italian GTs, with special attention to the fluid fenders and muscular rear that made the original TZ exceptional. A special mention to designer Samir Sadikhov, for the beauty and grandeur of his work, revealing a true Alfa Romeo.

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