Pininfarina presented in 1969 at the Paris auto show the Alfa Romeo 33 Pininfarina Coupe Prototipo Speciale, a concept car which is also known as Alfa Romeo 33.2.
The model was affected from a design standpoint by the Ferrari 250 P5 Concept and it was equipped with a 2-liter V8 engine producing 245 hp at 8,800 rpm, that enabled it to have a top speed of 260 km/h. The engine was combined with a 6-speed manual gearbox that was sending the power to the rear wheels.
Originally it was supposed to pass into a limited production, but unfortunately that never happened. The car was painted in yellow color, it had pop-up lights, the distinctive grille of Alfa Romeo and a glass roof, while its interior featured beige carpets and a brown leather upholstery.