The Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ (also known as the Alfa Romeo TZ and Tubolare Zagato) was built from 1963 through 1967 as a 2-door sports and racing car. The original (TZ1) model was fitted with 1.6 twin-cam motor which was hidden under lightweight aluminum body giving the car a total weight of only 650 kg. Thanks to the construction and performance, the TZ1 could reach a top speed of 134mph. The car was designed by Zagato and built in a 112bhp road-going and 160bhp racing version. Only 112 TZ1s were built. In 1965, the TZ2 made its first appearance featuring single rear-window and the new fiberglass bodywork which reduced the overall weight of the vehicle down to 620kg. Updated model delivered a power of 170bhp and was capable of reaching a top speed of 152mph. Alfa Romeo built only 12 TZ2s all of them were made in the racing trim. The TZ line was revived in 2011 to celebrate Alfa Romeo’s centenary with 1 Zagato TZ3 Corsa and 9 Zagato TZ3 Stradale examples.