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Alfa Romeo Diva
Alfa Romeo Diva
Manufacturer Alfa Romeo
Production 2006
Assembly Arese, Milan, Italy (Carrozzeria Granturismo)
Class Concept car
Body style 2-seater coupe
Engine 3.2L (3,195 cc) V6
Transmission 6-speed robotized manual gearbox (Selespeed)
Wheelbase 2402 mm
Length 3894 mm
Width 1869 mm
Height 1182 mm
Weight 1000 kg
Layout MR layout
Designer Alfa Romeo Centro Stile


The Alfa Romeo Diva is a concept car of the Italian automobile manufacturer Alfa Romeo. The car was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006.

The car was developed through a collaboration between Centro Stile Alfa Romeo, Fiat Group´s Elasis and the Espera design school leaded by Franco Sbarro.

The design of the car goes back to the icon Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale. Although the car has the characteristic Alfa-nose, the nose is much like a Formula 1 car on. The car is built on a heavily modified chassis from an Alfa Romeo 159 and a 290 bhp Alfa Romeo V6 engine. The car has top speed of 270 km/h and can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in five seconds.


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