Alfa Romeo GTV6
The Alfa Romeo GTV6 gets to show off briefly in a thrilling high-speed chase with police in the movie Octopussy (1983). Stolen from a German woman using a telephone booth, allowing Bond to make it to the Octopussy's circus in time to warn the NATO General present there of the Soviet plot.
The GTV6 boasts some eye-catching elements, sharing the sharp lines and artfully arched hatchback of its predecessor, the Alfetta GT. But the GTV6 differs from the daintier Alfetta in its use of larger bumpers and black trim, which were trends of the 1980s. Then the hottest 'cheap' sports car in Europe, and the most popular Alfa Romeo sports coupe ever made. Giorgetto Giugiaro, one of the most famous automobile designers of all time, helped design the Alfetta, the predecessor of the GTV6. The Italian designer was also responsible for the Lotus Esprit that stars in The Spy Who Loved Me.