When Alfa built the original flying saucer — the Disco Volante — in 1952, they were on top of the world. Now there's a new Disco Volante — and while completely different from the original, it's just as gorgeous.
Enthusiasts claim they'd rather drive ugly and fast than pretty and slow, but who wouldn't want both? Thus Gumpert's teaming up with design house Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera to build the Gumpert Tornante — sexified version of the F-Zero-esque Gumpert Apollo
Remember Gumpert's Apollo (pictured)? Milan-based Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is prepping a more spacious touring version for the Geneva show. Like the Apollo, the Tornante will be rich in carbon fiber and horsepower. Overnight bag and "aspiring model" optional.