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The Cizeta V16T: A Dream Come True

The allure of the Cizeta is encapsulated in the name V16T, which stands for a transverse V16 engine. In the 1980s, making 16 pistons, 16 connecting rods, 64 valves, eight camshafts, two crankshafts, two fuel pumps, and all connected components work in perfect harmony seemed a desperate undertaking. However, the ones who succeeded were not a renowned car manufacturer with a powerful technical department, but a small group of men with limited resources and great ingenuity.

The Timeless Hexagonal Vision of the Lamborghini Marzal

The Lamborghini Marzal, a masterpiece of automotive innovation, emerges as a beacon of creativity in the dynamic landscape of automotive history. Crafted during the vibrant era of the 1960s, this visionary concept car, conceived by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, stands as a testament to the boundless potential of design and engineering. With its avant-garde aesthetics and groundbreaking technology, the Marzal captured the imagination of audiences worldwide, leaving an indelible mark on the automotive industry.

The Autobianchi Runabout: the futuristic Barchetta

In the vibrant landscape of automotive history, certain vehicles stand as beacons of ingenuity and design. Among these legends resides the Autobianchi Runabout, a concept car that emerged from the creative minds of Bertone and Marcello Gandini in 1969 unveiled at the Turin Auto Salon. It was a time when the automotive world was ripe with experimentation and bold ideas, and the Runabout encapsulated the essence of this era perfectly.

The return of a legend: The New Stratos by M.A.T.

The New Stratos is a sporty and exclusive car. The first speciment was developed and built for the German businessman Michael Stoschek who commissioned it to Pininfarina which design and build a modern reinterpretation of his favorite car, the legendary Lancia Stratos. Manifattura Automobili Torino took the challenge to built it into a limited series of 25 speciments. Riccardo Garella explains why the New Stratos is so special.

The Triumph Italia by Vignale

In the pantheon of automotive legends, certain vehicles stand out as timeless icons of style, performance, and craftsmanship. Among these illustrious creations, the Triumph Italia 2000 Coupé occupies a place of honor—a symbol of innovation, elegance, and the enduring allure of classic automobiles.

The BMW Nazca M12 project by Italdesign

The Nazca M12, a visionary collaboration between Italdesign and BMW, is an automotive masterpiece unveiled in the early 1990s. Its sleek design, influenced by Group C racing, is complemented by groundbreaking features like a carbon fiber chassis and a 5.0-liter V12 engine. With only three units produced, the Nazca M12 stands as a rare collector’s gem, showcasing the harmonious blend of Italian creativity and German engineering precision.

Lancia Medusa: Aerodynamic Excellence Redefined

The Lancia Medusa, a pinnacle of aerodynamic elegance, seamlessly blends cutting-edge design with unparalleled comfort. Giugiaro’s visionary approach is evident in every detail, from the sleek exterior to the driver-centric controls. It stands as a testament to automotive innovation, embodying a perfect fusion of form and function, setting new standards for excellence on the road.

The ID90: The Bugatti according Giugiaro

The Bugatti ID 90 stands as a testament to the visionary work of Giorgetto Giugiaro. Unveiled at the 63rd International Car Show in Turin, this concept car was more than just a futuristic representation; it was a bold exploration of form and function, drawing inspiration from the technical drawings of Bugatti mechanics published in the late 1980s.