Alfa Romeo Furia Is Part Alfisti Wet Dream, Part Digital Jewel

Q: How do you spell car lust in Italian? A: Alfa Romeo

When you dedicate ten full months to rendering a concept car called Alfa Romeo Furia, it is only natural to put your project out there using an abstract that looks a lot like an honest press release for a new sportscar. 

Paul Breshke did just that, and since the About Me section on his Behance profile states that he likes to emphasize every tiny detail in his work, let's cut to the chase and see how valid that statement is.

Similar to an exquisite dish, the Alfa Romeo Furia uses visual flavors selected from the brand's past glory, as including the likes of Type 33-2 Daytona, Furia G1, 33 Stradale and GTV Spider.

We'll let the images speak from now on, but not before giving extra points to the oval air intakes flanking the front grille and letting you enjoy a fair assessment of the car's interior, in Paul's own words:

 

"The interior is cramped, and getting inside is not easy, but what can't be done to have such a beautiful machine in the garage. When creating the concept of such a brand like Alfa Romeo, you realize that you can not go wrong because the fans will eat you alive."

 

On that bombshell, we just hope Marchionne's grandiose plans of launching a plethora of new models after the freshly-released Giulia will include a model that's at least remotely similar to the Alfa Romeo Furia.

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