8. Alfa Romeo TZ3
The TZ name has been present in Alfa history since the ’60s when they produced a number of sports and racing cars they named the TZ1 and TZ2. The “T” stands for Turbulare, and the “Z” stands for Zagato, the designer house. The Alfa Romeo TZ 3 was, in fact, a previous generation Dodge Viper ACR-X in a track-prepared version.
Alfa only dressed the Viper into the Zagato body. However, they left the all-important mechanical components and the massive 8.2-liter engine intact. Even the interior was the same except they changed all the badges from Dodge to Alfa Romeo.