Someone Designed An Alfa Romeo Commercial Truck - And It Looks Beautiful
Alfa Romeo's cars have always looked visually stunning. The Grand Tour trio - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May - have said for a number of years about how well designed they think Alfa's cars are, and they will consistently praise the Italian carmaker for their beauty and driving characteristics.
But what if Alfa Romeo went into the world of commercial trucking? Well wonder no longer, as Korean designer Taekang Lee has taken the liberty of designing one for us all to enjoy:
As seen the gallery above, Lee has perfectly integrated Alfa Romeo's design philosophy into the truck, with the unique Scudetto grille shape outlining the front cabin. The curves that flow from the grille then onto the mid-cabin is a nod to Alfa's unique styling, along with the alluring running lights that compliment the front end. And in keeping up with Alfa Romeo tradition, the truck is painted in matte red - because any other colour would look unwelcome on such a thing of beauty.
Alfa Romeo has made commercial vehicles since the 1930s, particularly LCVs, trucks, buses, and trolleybuses. However, if ever this concept could turn into reality, this would be the first time in its long and illustrious history that the Italian carmaker would make a commercial truck.
If someone at Alfa Romeo happens to be reading this - then please for the love of christ convince John Elkann and all of the other directors at your place of work to make this masterpiece...