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Touring Superleggera

Weight is the enemy, air resistance the obstacle

Carrozzieri Italiani Car of the Year
2
  • 2023 Carrozzieri Italiani Car of the Year
  • 2021 Carrozzieri Italiani Car of the Year
Special Prize
4
  • 2024 Villa d'Este
  • 2007 Pebble Beach
  • 1947 San Remo
  • 1998 Pebble Beach
Category Winner
25
  • 1947 C d'E Torino
  • 2020 Amelia Island
  • 2008 Villa d'Este
  • 1947 San Remo
  • 1946 C d'E Torino
  • 2007 Pebble Beach
  • 2009 Amelia Island
  • 1956 C d'E Campione d'Italia
  • 1950 C d'E Venezia
  • 1933 Villa Olmo
  • 1931 Villa d'Este
  • 1931 C d’E Nervi
  • 1927 C d'E Milano
  • 2021 Pebble Beach
  • 2018 Mantova
  • 1951 C d'E Roma
  • 1949 Villa d'Este
  • 1984 Pebble Beach
  • 1999 Pebble Beach
  • 1958 C d'E Roma
  • 1960 C d'E Roma
  • 2019 Kyoto
  • 2018 Pebble Beach
  • 1947 C d'E Roma
  • 2013 Villa d'Este
Best in Show
14
  • 2008 Villa d'Este
  • 1929 Cortina
  • 2001 Villa d'Este
  • 1932 C d’E Nervi
  • 2023 Classic Gala
  • 1956 C d'E Campione d'Italia
  • 1931 Villa d'Este
  • 1932 Villa d'Este
  • 1931 C d’E Nervi
  • 2018 Mantova
  • 2009 Villa d'Este
  • 2018 Pebble Beach
  • 2019 Villa d'Este
  • 1953 C d'E Stresa
Mille Miglia Winner
6
  • 1950 Mille Miglia
  • 1938 Mille Miglia
  • 1932 Mille Miglia
  • 1940 Mille Miglia
  • 1949 Mille Miglia
  • 1947 Mille Miglia
Award by Public Referendum
1
  • 1949 Villa d'Este

Introduce

Est. 1925

Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is an Italian automobile coachbuilder. Originally established in Milan in 1925, Carrozzeria Touring became well known for both the beauty of its designs and patented superleggera construction methods. The business folded in 1966. In 2006 its brands and trademarks were purchased and a new firm established nearby to provide automotive design, engineering, coachbuilding, homologation services, non-automotive industrial design, and restoration of historic vehicles. Carrozzeria Touring was established on 25 March 1926 by Felice Bianchi Anderloni (1882–1948) and Gaetano Ponzoni. After achieving success through the middle of the 20th century, the business began to decline as automobile manufacturers replaced body-on-frame automobile construction with monocoque design and increasingly took coachbuilding in-house. After the original firm ceased production in 1966, Carlo Felice Bianchi Anderloni and Carrozzeria Marazzi preserved the "Touring Superleggera" trademark and used it on several occasions to support the company's heritage. The trademark was acquired by the current owner, a family business, which began conducting its activities in 2006 under the name Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera S.r.l.; the new firm is headquartered nearby Milan, its hometown.

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