The Navajo was an Alfa Romeo concept car which was first displayed at the 1976 Geneva Motor Show. The Navajo is based on the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale which was a revolution in car design itself. The car was designed at the famous Bertone studios where the chassis of the 33 Stradale was lengthened to make an ideal fit for two passengers.
The body of the car is entirely made up of fiberglass and made the car extremely lightweight. The powerful and heavy 1995 cc V8 dohc was used for this car and provided 230 HP at 8800 RPM. The car’s design was revolutionary for its time as its tapered front end provided excellent aerodynamic results and the straight edges provided the car with a futuristic look in vein of cars like the DMC DeLorean. The front spoiler was a brand new design by Bertone studios and was a contrast to the signature V-shaped Alfa Romeo grille. The hidden headlights were fitted to the side of the car as compared to the traditional hood mounted disappearing headlights. Image Credits @ marion.macleod