Name: Alfa Romeo 33 Navajo Concept
Debut: 1976 Geneva Motor Show
Engine: 2.0-Liter V8
Specs: 230 Horsepower
In the world of obscure one-offs, we’d argue few are as interesting as the Alfa Romeo Navajo. The Bertone-designed, spaceship-inspired supercar debuted in 1976 at the Geneva Motor Show. It was the last of a handful of concept cars built on the bones of the iconic 33 Stradale by various Italian design firms, a list includes other oddballs with equally odd names like the Carabo, Iguana, and Cuneo.
Inspired By An Icon
Production of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale ended in 1969. The rare sports car – of which just 18 were made – ended an era of one of Alfa Romeo’s most signature design languages. Noticeably different-looking (though, still iconic in their own right) vehicles like the GTV and Montreal arrived in the 1970s, shedding the svelte profile…