Alfa Romeo is celebrating its centenary at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, and like the show itself, Pininfarina is marking its 80th this year, according to the AutoBlog’s report.
The quizzically named 2uettottanta concept is Pininfarina’s vision for how a next-generation Alfa spider should look. The 2uettottanta represents the cooperation between two famous Italian firms, and pays tribute to the iconic 60s-era Duetto roadster.
A clean and elegant line was chosen for this “simple 2-seater”, which is proposed with a 1750 cc turbo engine positioned longitudinally, an obvious reference to the “1750 Veloce” of 1968, one of the many versions derived from the famous “Osso di Seppia” (Cuttlefish). With its red bodywork, inspired by the typical Alfa Romeo paintwork, the 2uettottanta is 1797 mm wide, 4212.6 mm long, 1280 mm high and has a wheelbase of 2500 mm.