The Bremen Classic Motorshow, which starts today and goes on till the 8th of February, will be opening the 2015 classic car show season.
Visitors to pavilion 5 may admire the special "Eleganza italiana" lineup starring a selection of prized Alfa Romeo and Fiat models, four of which from the museum collections of the two brands.
In particular, the Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese Milan have sent three sporty coupé models to the Bremen Classic Motorshow, like the exclusive 2000 Sportiva (1954) designed by "Nuccio" Bertone, which only two were made, and the futuristic Giulia Sprint Speciale (1963).
Major attraction will also be on the Giulietta SZ (1960) made by Zagato, the coachbuilder famous for his remarkably light-weight bodies: the rarest body variant, the one with the short Kamm tail created to optimise aerodynamics, will be on show in Bremen.
Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva (1954):
- 900 kilograms
- 138 HP
- top speed of 220 km/h
- five-speed gearbox
- Only two Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva Coupé models were made
Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ "coda tronca" (1960):
- 740 kilograms
- Top speed of 200 km/h
- 1300 cc naturally aspirated engine
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale (1963):
- twin cam 1.3 litre engine
- 100 HP
- Top speed of 190 km/h
Fiat 8V (1954):
- 105 hp
- top speed of 190 km/h
- 1996 cc V8
- independent suspension