2024 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale Unveiled As Brand’s New Supercar

Stellantis just pulled the sheets on the new limited-run Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, introducing the Italian brand’s latest halo supercar, and boy, is it a looker. Motivation is sourced from either an internal combustion engine or an optional all-electric powertrain, while top speed eclipses 200 mph. The two-seat coupe will enjoy an extremely limited production run, and if you want one, we regret to inform you that every unit is already spoken for.

The new 2024 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale gives a nod to the 1967 Tipo 33 Stradale, and plays the part with a stunning exterior molded into curving lines and voluptuous detail. The glass wraps around the cabin in an almost aerospace-esque fashion, while ingress and egress is aided by butterfly doors. The rear and front sections open in a clamshell layout that enhances the drama even further.

Two trims are offered, including the Tributo and the Alfa Corse, with a minimalistic design aimed at sharpening driver engagement. Each example will be handcrafted by Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera as a unique one-off, with customers given a wealth of customization options.

Two powertrain options are offered, starting with a twin-turbo V6 delivering over 620 horsepower, sent to the rear wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission and an electronic limited-slip differential. There’s also an all-electric configuration producing 750 horsepower, rated at 450 km (roughly 280 miles) of range per charge.

Top speed is set at 206 mph, while the sprint from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) takes less than three seconds. Braking performance from the carbon-ceramic stoppers will yield 100 kph to a standstill in less than 33 meters (roughly 108 feet).

Under the skin is an aluminum H-frame and carbon fiber monococque. The driving experience was tuned with the help of Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas.

Only 33 units of the 2024 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale will be produced, all of which are already sold. Luckily, Alfa Romeo hints that further custom sports cars will be offered in the future.

“This is the brand’s first fuoriserie (custom-built) car since 1969, and I promise it won’t be the last,” said Alfa Romeo CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato.

We can’t wait to see what comes next.

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