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The Alfa Romeo GTS is a stunner. With the brand’s future uncertain, this sporty coupe is the perfect catalyst to set the chain reaction into action again. It’s a balanced mix of styling, aesthetics, and everything an automotive enthusiast demands from a compact modern set of four-wheels.
Alfa Romeo is one of those brands that’s driven by the emotion of love. You don’t buy an Alfa Romeo because you need one, you buy it because you fall in love with it. And with cars like the Giulia Quadrifoglio GTA, Montreal, Disco Volante Spider, and Tipo 33 Stradale in their stable, it’s easy to see why. But let’s not forget about the GT series from the 60s and 70s, which is just as impressive.
The Alfa Romeo GTS is right up there with the best of them, thanks to its highly appreciated timeless design. And while the brand is jostling for survival, a fresh breath of air has been infused by automotive designer Guilherme Neves Araujo. He’s penned a concept that looks to go the EV way for the mission, and it’s a thing of beauty.
On the front, the vehicle looks straight out of the Alfa Romeo blueprint design wing. The overall dimensions remind us of the Polestar 1, another tell-tale sign that the GTS is an EV in the making. The wide wheel arches instantly trigger our brains towards the muscle car influence, pointing to a performance-oriented beast underneath. No matter from where you glance at this ride, the balanced proportions are its forte. The rear is a bit subdued but it captures the overall appeal and wraps up the car’s flowing aesthetics nicely.
Alfa Romeo is still focusing on SUVs in the house, but this kind of vehicle would certainly pump life back into the brand. When pushed to the wall, Alfa Romeo should go all-in for such bold designs and surprise the competitors. Too bad, the Guilherme’s design is just a concept for now, and we hope the universe conspires to bring this beautiful Italian four-wheeler to life. An Alfa Romeo GTS in the real world is what we want to see. Are the lead designers at Alfa Romeo listening? We certainly hope so.
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