Almost one year ago, Alfa Romeo introduced the TZ3 Corsa at the Villa D'Este to celebrate the brand's 100th anniversary of involvement in motorsports. The good news coming now is that that car is entering limited production as the TZ Stradale. When the Corsa was unveiled it was billed and envisioned to be a pure racing car; so the TZ3 Stradale is the street-legal version of that vehicle.
The TZ3 Stradal is reported to be longer, wider and heavier than the Corsa, and Zagato has also confirmed that the vehicle will in fact be the same dimensions as the Viper. Unlike the Corsa, the Stradale will be departing from the 4.2-liter V8 that was designated for the predecessor. In its place, the Stradale will receive the same 8.4-liter V10 with 600-horsepower that's found in the Dodge Viper. This means that it will have nearly 40 percent more power too, something that's always welcomed.