The curves of the Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto depicted on this photo car art print was the very last design work done by Batista Pininfarina himself. The small Italian convertible debuted at Geneve Motor Show in 1966, just a month before Pininfarina passed away and making automotive world deeply saddened for losing a brilliant talent.
By looking at this epic photo art you`ll never forget the swan song of automotive genius that lasted for almost 30 years. Alfa ceased the Spider Duetto production in the early 90s. We have in mind that there are really few cars that keep their design for more than a decade, hence for almost 30 years.
British actress Jennifer Saunders recently shared in front of Top Gear audience that her first car was just like this Spider Duetto. “When I saw it I asked if it’s for sale. The price was 2K and I had exactly 2K, not a penny more. And I bought it.” We can easily fit in her shoes and understand why she spends her last money on beautiful Alfa Romeo designed by Batista Pininfarina.
It’s a truly fine car, because of its marvellous DOHC Alfa engine, combined with just perfect handling, compared to British and American contenders from that time. Precise steering, solid grip and a constant smile on the driver`s face. This is what Spider Duetto is all about.