At the 1992 Turin Motor Show, Fiat unveiled a series of concept cars designed by famous Italian coachbuilders to celebrate the arrival of the small Cinquecento on the market.
The Cisitalia 202 is particularly important to automotive history both because it was the first car in the world to be permanently exhibited in a modern art museum, the MoMA in New York, and because it can be considered the first example of the postwar Italian-style granturismo.
The origin of the Lancia Stratos Before the Lancia Stratos, if we exclude the “fuoriserie” of the past, Bertone had never officially collaborated with…
During the 1970s, Italdesign Giugiaro unveiled a series of sports cars with very similar designs for different car manufacturers which, in terms of name represent the 4 (3) aces of poker cards, Those models where: Asso di Picche, Asso di Quadri, Asso di Fiori
The O.S.C.A. 1500 GT designed by Michelotti’s anticipated the design of the Lancia Fulvia coupé starting from the pagoda roof
In 2014, STUDIOTORINO, the new company founded by the Stola family unveiled the Porsche Cayman one-off Moncenisio. The name is inspired by one of the most suggestive Alpine passes in Piedmont, located at an altitude of 2083 m.
The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, based on the racing car of the same name, is the street legal version of the Type 33 and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful cars of all time. 5 chassis were used by the best Italian coachbuilders to created a series of extraordinary concept cars.
The Magnum, presented in 1984 by Rayton Fissore, was the last entirely Italian off-road vehicle after the Fiat Campagnola left the scene in 1987.
The Maserati Chubasco is a concept car unveiled in 1990 under the De Tomaso ownership. It is a mid-engined supercar designed by Marcello Gandini. Production failed because of the high costs.
The Aston Martin DB4 GT was unveiled in 1959. Sir David Brown, big admirer of Italian Coachbuilder, outsourced the design to Zagato and Touring.
The B.A.T., were commissioned by Nuccio Bertone who commissioned the designer, Franco Scaglione, to create concept cars based on the Alfa Romeo 1900C chassis with bodywork capable of surprising the public with the idea of making cars with the lowest possible aerodynamic coefficient.
The Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato: As had already happened for the Appia, Flavia and Flaminia, Lancia gave Zagato the task of creating the sport version of the Fulvia, equipped with an aerodynamic aluminum body.