1968 Alfa Romeo Carabo, // designed by Marcello Gandini, working for the Bertone design studio. Carabo name is derived of Carabidae ground beetle, as evoked by the car's iridescent green and orange coloring.
It might have had its chances for production snatched away in favour of other projects, but the Alfa Romeo Scarabeo was so innovative that it gave the legendary Tipo 33 racing car some of its pioneering features.
Italian concept car, Alfa Romeo BAT 7 ('Berlinetta Aerodinamica Tecnica'), a collaboration of Alfa Romeo and the designer Franco Scaglione of Bertone. The curved rear 'wings' achieved a drag coefficient of