Based on the Alfa Romeo 8C Spider, the Disco Volante Spyder is an instant classic in carbon fiber.

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The Disco Volante Spyder sports the Alfa Romeo badge and much of the front fascia.

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The influence of classic 1960s design is evident in the straight style line cutting off the wheel well.

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The wheels remain unchanged from the donor car.

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It's all about those farings. Not only do they add high style, they also help the Disco Volante cut through the air like a knife.

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The rear keeps the round taillights from the 8C donor car, but the whole fascia has been pushed outward.

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Huge dual exhausts and a rear diffuser finish off the back end.

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Only seven of the Disco Volante Spyder roadsters will be made. Three of them are already spoken for.

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While the headlight housing looks to be the same as the 8C donor car, the Disco Volante takes a more subtle approach to lighting the road ahead.

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The Spyder is powered by a 4.7-liter V8 engine, good for 450 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque.

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We'll save the lovely lady lumps for the Black Eyed Peas, but these farings have it going on.

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If you ever see one of these out in the wild, go ahead and by a lottery ticket, because it's your lucky day.

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While we'd love to see an actual stick shift here, the push-button six-speed sequential transmission is pretty cool.

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Contrasting stripes on the leather seats bring some fun into the cabin...as if the outside wasn't awesome enough.

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No stereo buttons on the steering wheel to get in the way of driving. Just pure corner-carving joy.

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