The first photos and details of the Alfa Romeo Pandion Concept by Stile Bertone have leaked over the web today. The Stile Bertone Alfa Romeo Pandion concept was announced at the beginning of the month, but at that time, the design house has released just a sketch. Today we have the full picture. The Stile Bertone Alfa Romeo Pandion concept celebrates the Italian’s brand 100th anniversary and will be premiered at the Geneva Auto Show next month.
The Alfa Romeo Pandion Concept is the brain child of designer Jason Castriota, famous for the Alfa 8C-based B.A.T. 11 and the Corvette ZR1-based Mantide. And his Pandion Concept car is 4.82 m long and weighs around one tonne, mostly thanks to its carbon fiber body. It’s also a 2+2 coupe based on the 8C Competizione and is powered by a v8 engine. To tell the truth, such a tease without fulfillment is deeply depressing. More over, we’d love to see this concept car on the road one day or maybe at 2010 Geneva Motor Show, and not only images. [StileBertone via Autoblog]