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Neri & Bonacini – Studio GT Due Litri

In 1966, Neri and Bonacini decided to produce a road car under their own name. The result was the Studio GT Due Litre, a rear mid-engine rear-wheel-drive two seater coupe sports car with an aluminum body of their own design.

Vehicle Overview

The Studio GT chassis was produced in-house and incorporated a central sheet metal tub, steel tube subframes at the front and rear and an original suspension design. Wheelbase measured 92 inches, overall height was 42 inches, and track was 53 inches at the front and 52.5 at the rear. As the Studio GT was intended to be a grand tourer, it had a fully trimmed and soundproofed interior. The body was a compact and sleek fastback, with pop-up headlights on the final version and rear bodywork visually similar to that of the Lamborghini Miura. The car was designed around a 1.8 litre Lancia Flavia flat-4 engine, but a Ford Taunus V4 and an ATS V8 engine were also installed in prototypes for testing purposes as availability of the Lancia engine for series production was uncertain. Neri and Bonacini produced two prototypes between 1966 and 1968. During this period their partnership ended and Giorgio Neri independently searched for an investor interested in purchasing the second prototype and all tooling and designs for production purposes. Neri was unsuccessful and the car never entered mass production.

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    Neri & Bonacini
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    Studio GT Due Litri
  • Coachbuilder
    Neri Bonacini
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