TURIN — A surprise Alfa Romeo concept Spider car stole the recent Bologna motor show. The radical 2-seat Centauri is the first design from Fiat SpA's new advanced design study based in Arese, the home of Alfa's Centro Stile, to go public. The show car is a totally new styling interpretation for a new Spider and is the creation of a group of university students working under Alberto Bertelli, the head of the advanced studio, and Andreas Zapatinas, who took over as Alfa's design boss when ...

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