The "Myto Alfa Romeo" exhibition is inaugurated at Technik Museum, Sinsheim
Yesterday afternoon seen the opening ceremony of "Mito Alfa Romeo", a retrospective entirely dedicated to the Milan constructor's history chosen by the Technik Museum at Sinsheim for the inauguration of a new exhibition hall of 3,000 square metres.
The exhibition features about 40 products that emblematically represent the Italian brand. The items on show are from Museo Storico di Arese - La Macchina del Tempo and from private collections.
During the exhibition's total run of 12 months some of them will be cyclically replaced with other pieces of inestimable historic worth.
At the opened, the exhibition included an important selection of pieces from the collection of FCA Heritage and from the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo: legendary racing cars, like the Alfa Romeo SE048SP or the Alfa Romeo 1900 C2, nicknamed the "Disco Volante" ("Flying Saucer"), but also magnificent examples of the finest Italian design, such as the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Super Sport with bodywork by Touring.
They are accompanied by technical items such as a Formula 1 engine or the innovative Q4 all-wheel drive system adopted on the Alfa Romeo 156.
Naturally, the whole exhibition hall tells the story of Alfa Romeo and illustrates its design, including the evolution of the logo over the brand's first 109 years of history.