On the occasion of celebrating its 100th anniversary of the Zagato TZ3 program, Zagato unveiled new the TZ3 Stradale.

Despite its Alfa looks, the special edition Stradale is based on a Dodge Viper ACR, with power sourced from the American’s 4.2-litre V8 engine, which is mated to a six-speed sequential gearbox.

It marks the fourth addition to Zagato’s TZ range, which includes the TZ and TZ2 from the sixties as well as the TZ3 Corsa unveiilied last year at the Villa d’Este Concorso d’Eleganza on Lake Como, Italy.

Both cars wear sultry bodywork inspired by historic Alfa Romeo and Zagato race and road cars, with the rear “Kamm-tail” design meant to improve aerodynamics as well as reference past cars. The swept-back greenhouse and long hood look, we think, downright stunning.

Only nine examples of the TZ3 Stradale will be made–the first goes to American collector Eric King and the second and third are going to buyers in Japan and Europe.







  1. This thing gets better and better, truly a gorgeous design. But is it really an Alfa? Is putting an Alfa style body on a Viper truly an Alfa? So many great ideas with great mass market potential wasted. To me it's just very good publicity, but beautiful none the less.


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