1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale “Low Nose”

The Alfa Romeo B.A.T. cars (Berlinetta Aerodinamica Tecnica) were futuristic styling exercises undertaken by Alfa Romeo and Bertone in the early 1950s to measure the effects of streamlining on a car’s performance. Franco Scaglitone, Bertone’s chief designer, produced another study based on the B.A.T. cars, but this time using the Giulietta floor pan and intended as a practical GR car. The prototype Giulietta Sprint Speciale made its debut at the Turin Motor Show in October 1957 and went into Read More