Monday, July 4, 2011

Alfa Romeo Stradale TZ3 Review

Both TZ3 TZ3 Road Race and has a typical Kamm-tail (H-tail) layout. This solution became known in Italy, "a short tail 'bodies, which were tested Zagaton early 60s. They reached the top of the Alfa Romeo TZ and TZ2. Effect Kamm is part of a functional design approach, which aims to aerodynamic efficiency . According to this, the CX can be calculated by taking a compact volume at the same time. Reducing aerodynamic drag is guaranteed with a Kamm tail design, without the need for tight, form "drop" of the tail.

Alfa Romeo Stradale TZ3 city Zagaton perustuu Viper ACR mekaaninen runko hiilikuidusta Elin. "Bellezza necessaries" to THIS inspiraatiota Autonet, Joka vastaa ensimmäistä kertaa U.S. voimansiirto yes Voi edustaa ensimmäinen amerikkalainen Alfa Romeo.



Italian coachbuilder Zagaton introduced the Alfa Romeo TZ3 Road, a car, which celebrates 100 years of Alfa (1910-2010). Since the two images, which seems to have been released, the Alfa Romeo Stradale is closely related to the applicant TZ3 TZ3 Corsa model who won the Villa d'Este Design Concept Award 2010, but unlike the Corsa is a car track, Road TZ3 is "Avant-garde auto," which is in other words, MEA is a design exercise.



The Heritage Pilot messieurs de la Zagato if TZ3 Stroke été par Alfa Romeo Zagato ordonnée collecteur Kapp Martin. The premiere Alfa Romeo TZ3 Road east retourne à la Alfa Romeo Zagato U.S. collectionneur et (et le Saratoga Automobile Museum est un membre du conseil) Eric King. The TZ3 Road No. 2 No. 3 et au Japon et en evening liveries Europe.

Both TZ3 TZ3 Road Race and has a typical Kamm-tail (H-tail) layout. This solution became known in Italy, "a short tail 'bodies, which were tested Zagaton early 60s. They reached the top of the Alfa Romeo TZ and TZ2. Effect Kamm is part of a functional design approach, which aims to aerodynamic efficiency . According to this, the CX can be calculated by taking a compact volume at the same time. Reducing aerodynamic drag is guaranteed with a Kamm tail design, without the need for tight, form "drop" of the tail.