Here's a fresh batch of renderings of the new Alfa Romeo Gloria sports sedan concept, which was jointly developed by the Italian automaker with students at the European Design Institute (IED) of Turin, and will be revealed in the flesh at the Geneva motor show in March.
In addition to the renderings that we found on Cardesign, we also discovered a CGI from one of the designers depicting the car from a 3/4 rear angle and featuring some minor changes in the coloration (i.e. the roof arches are finished in gloss black instead of silver), while also equipped with different wheels.
The 4,700mm (185 inches) long Gloria was designed to appeal to consumers in the North American and Asian markets, which Alfa Romeo wants to enter in the following years. The car was imagined to be fitted with a front-mounted V6 and V8 bi-turbocharged engines transferring power to the rear wheels.