The brand-new Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, which pays tribute to its namesake from the 1960s, has been officially introduced, and it’s already making waves in the automotive world. This supercar, which is not only Alfa Romeo’s homage to its past but also its first venture into the electric supercar market, boasts an electric motor with a whopping 750 horsepower. However, for those still clinging to traditional engines, it also comes with a V6 option, generating 620 horsepower.
The “33” in its name is more than just a nod to its heritage; only 33 units of this exclusive model will be produced. Remarkably, every single one of them was purchased even before the official launch. Despite the growing popularity of electric vehicles, a majority of buyers opted for the V6 engine, as confirmed by a company official. It’s worth noting that the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale will go down in history as the Italian marque’s last thermal engine supercar.
Furthermore, production dates for the new model have been revealed. The assembly of the first units will commence on June 24, 2024, a date that coincides with Alfa Romeo’s 114th anniversary.