One lucky German buyer had his holiday dream come true with a one-off Alfa Romeo Giulia SWB Zagato. The twin-turbocharged V6 exotic car was built to celebrate design house Zagato’s 100 years of working with Alfa Romeo. The base car is the Alfa Giulia sedan, and then it’s transformed into a two-door coupe that borrows cues from various Alfa Romeo cars. The front fascia is dominated by triple-beam LED lights, huge intakes, and that classic Alfa Trefoil grille. The long hood, deeply-sculpted carbon fiber body, twin-bubble roof, and thin rear lighting come together for a distinct design that’s all Alfa without being derivative of any one of its past models. The car’s output gets tweaked to 540 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of twist, and gearshifts are performed by a six-speed manual transmission. It’s a singular model, so the likelihood that you’ll ever see it in the flesh is pretty much nil.