Felice Bianchi Anderloni a vehicle designer from the Italian once said “the weight is the enemy, the air is the resistance”. The words that came from Felice Bianchi means that to make a fast car should have a light weight and are not sensitive to the wind or in other words is not hampered by the wind. And Felice Bianchi Anderloni is one of the designers who have successfully implemented the concept in car design Alfa Romeo 1900 C52 Disco Volante produced in 1952.
Commemorating the sixty years of the impressive concept Alfa Romeo 1900 Disco Volante C52, Touring Superleggera unveiled Disco Volante at the event 2012 Geneva Motor Show. This special car will be produced in limited numbers to keep the exclusive. This car type is supercar models with a two-seater coupe that supported the front-central engine and transaxle drivetrain. 2012 Alfa Romeo Disco Volante is equipped with an integrated front hood and rear unique wing, and some other parts to take some details from the Alfa Romeo 1900 C52 Disco Volante.
Alfa Romeo supercar uses a frame made of steel chassis, the front and rear suspension using double wishbone suspension, and most importantly, supported by a special engine with a capacity of 4.7 liter is capable of spewing power of 450 PS with torque of 470 Nm (346.6 lb-ft) . The power from the engine which configured V8 cylinder transmitted to the rear wheels through a six-speed semi automatic transmission.
Although it is in modern times in which everything can be done with the engine, body parts 2012 Disco Volante still made the traditional way by forming an aluminum body of Disco Volante by hand. Because the car is working very pay attention at the detail, it is no wonder to build a 2012 Alfa Romeo Disco Volante takes time for 4,000 hours or the customer having to wait for eight months if it is being produced their supercar.
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