Alfa Romeo and design house Pininfarina have today unveiled the 2uettottanta at the Geneva Motor Show, commemorating 100 years for the Italian carmaker and 80 years for Pininfarina.
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".
Its name and style inspired by the classic Duetto, the 2uettottanta concept is a two-seater, measuring 1797mm wide, 4212.6mm long and 1280mm tall, riding on a 2500mm wheelbase.
In terms of competitors, the 2uettottanta's measurements put it up against the likes of the BMW Z4 and the Mercedes-Benz SLK.
While the 2uettottanta concept is not fitted with an engine, Pininfarina "proposes" that a 1.7 litre turbo-charged engine, fitted longitudinally, would be the perfect ingredient to complete the recipe.
Alfa has not announced any production plans for the 2uettottanta, but with a new Spider expected to appear in the near future, the stylish Pininfarina concept offers a glimpse of what we can look forward to.
The 2uettottanta is the second new Alfa Romeo concept to debut in the past month, following Bertone's futuristic Pandion, revealed early last month.
Both concepts form part of Alfa Romeo's plan to launch a successor to the ageing 159, which the Italian carmaker plans to launch in sedan, coupe and convertible body styles.