Designed as a homage to the original Montreal from the 1970s, Luca Serafini (the same artist behind the Mustang SUV concept rendering) has shared his futuristic take on the old-school Alfa Romeo Montreal. The front features a host of chrome accents along with Romeo’s signature triangular grille, hood-mounted vents, and dual headlights with nifty louvers.
The rendered supercar features huge wheels with an intricate chrome design, as well as four small horizontal vents directly behind the doors as a tribute to the six vents used by the original Montreal and positioned in the same area.
“Back in 1986 my father bought a shiny orange Alfa Romeo Montreal. All original except the exhaust system, coming from Ansa Marmitte. I remember the night he came home with quite irregular V8. He was parking in rear in the garage. The smoke was surrounding and the first things I saw were red taillights and chromed mufflers”, he said.
“I can remember feelings when I was staring at it. Muscular dynamic and aggressive. Looking at it now I cannot feel the same when I was a kid. So it’s been almost 10 years that I wanted to give a quick look at the future and feel again those moments. And finally here it is in a Vision GT dress. It’s not about style choices or functional engineering. I tried to create subjectively something able to bring me back as a child. Something on 4 wheels that’s making you say WOW!”