alfa romeo zagato tz3 stradale

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Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale, 2011. Designed and built by Zagato, nine Alfa Romeo TZ3 were produced based on the Dodge Viper ACR. Zagato first produced the TZ3 in acknowledgement of Alfa Romeo’s centenary. The original TZ3 was a one-off ‘Corsa’ model for a German collector. The 'TZ3’ name was chosen as a follow-up to Zagato’s previous Alfa sports cars, the TZ1 of 1963 and 1965’s fibreglass-bodied TZ2. The original Corsa concept was to be based on the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione and used that car’s 4.2-litre Ferrari-derived V8. Cancellation of the 8C programme lead Zagato to produce a limited run of Stradale models based on the platform of Dodge’s hottest Viper, the ACR