Unparalleled beauty meets everyday mechanics in the Alfa Romeo BAT Concepts.

Around the middle of the 20th century, Alfa Romeo saw a rebirth. The Milanese business, which was still recovering from the wreckage of

 World War Two, dominated Formula 1 at the start of the 1950s with the Alfetta racing car, piloted by Farina and Fangio. Alfa Romeo 

handed us automotive enthusiasts the C52 series of experimental vehicles as soon as they left the Great Circus. While the C52 was designed

with racing in mind, reliability and stability issues caused it to be downgraded to a research project. The more well-known Disco 

Volante family of design studies would ultimately be followed by the BAT family of concepts.

The Berlina Aerodinamica Tecnica was not built by Milan's Touring Superleggera Carrozzeria. 

The Italian manufacturer had no intention of giving the Milanese coachbuilder any further

 rendered things were video game vehicles and skins. Nonetheless, their most recent release included the designer's work and used cars from earlier games.