The Alfa Romeo 33 Iguana concept car debuted at the 1969 Turin Motor Show.
It was designed by Giugiaro, of Ital Design. The car was a fully working design study. It featured a 230 bhp 1995cc, mid-mounted V-8, from the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2.
Dubbed "Iguana", a small production run of cars was planned but never actually happened for one reason or another. The use of brushed-steel bodywork was certainly novel and Giugiaro later adopted a similar treatment for the DeLorean DMC-12.
Elements of many earlier Giugiaro designs were apparent on the Iguana, everything from the De Tomaso 2000 Competizione to the three-seat Bizzarrini Manta.