A legend deserving of recognition with the Alfa Romeo Montreal Vision GT

The extremely brilliant Luca Serafini created the design study. The quirkiness, strength and uniqueness of this design are the main factors that make it so appealing to us. Perhaps the designer adopted the auto industry’s perspective in the 1980s and 1990s when automakers had fun at work and did things their own way.


Although the general design of the Alfa Romeo Montreal Vision GT differs from the original, some design elements remain similar. The main ones will be the ventilation bars behind the doors and the headlights. The entire aesthetic is futuristic and will make a dramatic statement in the brand’s electrified product portfolio.


Not everyone will like the Alfa Romeo Montreal Vision GT, but that doesn’t mean it has to be. To see the true value of design, you must have a keen eye. The truth is in the details as they come together perfectly to form a single stunning design.



In the end, designer and artist Luca Serafini honored the original perfectly. Many designs have been developed to try to recreate a modern version of Montreal, but this is by far the best.




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