n a move that solidifies its dedication to automotive heritage, Pininfarina has proudly unveiled its latest initiative – Pininfarina Classiche. This groundbreaking program is tailored for automotive enthusiasts and brand collectors, aiming to preserve and celebrate the rich historical legacy of classic cars designed and produced by Pininfarina over the decades.
In a market where exclusivity is reigns supreme, the Italian company has redefined the canons of automotive luxury by transforming the Phantom into a two-door coupe. The design team, through skillful downsizing of proportions, has given the vehicle a sleeker, more dynamic appearance.
To celebrate more than two centuries of experience Morgan Motor Company will collaborate with Pininfarina on a vehicle to be unveiled in 2024.
The Grigio Artico edition of the Arese RH95 pays tribute to the sophistication, power, and technical excellence of the original model, while incorporating its own unique flair. By preserving the iconic contours and elegant curves that define the Arese RH95, this limited-edition vehicle radiates an enduring allure.
Here it is, at last, the new Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale. Supercar “fuoriserie” of the house of Arese that recalls in name and not only the iconic car born in 1967, considered by many one of the most beautiful of all time. The new two-seat dry coupe will be made in only 33 speciments, all already sold starting at around 1.5 million euros, by Touring Superleggera with very high standards to ensure manic attention to every detail.
Automobili Pininfarina has unveiled a new concept called the Pura Vision, which is described by the brand as the beginning of a “pioneering new era of electric luxury.”
Celebrating 115 years of Carrozzeria Garavini, the brand sees its rediscovery and relaunch in the world of cars, design and elegance. At Garavini, craftsmanship,…
With the new Tender2, Carrozzeria Castagna inaugurates a series of one-offs derived from the electric Fiat 500, after several creations based on the combustion-engined model, also under the Abarth brand.
As a promising young designer, Matteo Gentile has already gained experience and recognition in the field. His appointment confirms Touring Superleggera’s commitment to attracting top talent and strengthening its management team to drive the company’s development strategy forward. With Matteo leading the design team, Touring Superleggera expects a heightened focus on creating aesthetically appealing and cutting-edge designs. His expertise and vision will play a crucial role in shaping the future direction of Touring’s design language on future projects.
The Caterham Project V has not yet been unveiled, but there is one interesting detail about the British marque’s next coupé: it will not be produced in the UK, but in Italy. It was Italdesign, the Turin-based company founded by the famous designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and now owned by the Volkswagen group, that revealed the production location in a brief press release detailing the collaboration between the two companies.
A fully customised Citroën Ami with a very special touch: this is the latest creation from the Castagna Milano atelier, created to meet the request of a loyal customer and to delight his 16-year-old son with a unique vehicle.
The remake of the 1974 concept was presented at Lake Como: ‘It re-establishes a strong link with our past’, explains the president of the Korean group