Alfa Romeo has teamed up with design house Pininfarina to create the 2uettottanta, launched at the Geneva Motor Show
According to Pininfarina, the 2uettottanta was designed to appeal to "those looking for a mixture of vanity, entertainment and the pleasure of life in the open air".
The 2uettottanta concept is a two-seater, measuring 1797mm wide, 4212.6mm long and 1280mm tall, on a 2500mm wheelbase.
While the 2uettottanta concept is not fitted with an engine, Pininfarina says it would like to see a 1750 cc longitudinal-mount turbocharged engine installed.
Pininfarina designers have crafted the front of the 2uettottanta without several of the elements seen on Alfa's current design theme - bug-eye headlights have been replaced with thin LED strip lights, there are no horizontal air inlets on either side of the signature upside-down grille, "floating wings" form roll-over bars behind the seats.
Inside, occupants ride in lightweight sport seats in stitched leather, with matching material used around the shifter and the steering wheel. The flat-bottomed three-spoke wheel has shift paddles for controlling the gearbox.
Unfortunately, Alfa has not announced any production plans for the 2uettottanta.