Fiat 1100 A Cabriolet Balbo A small cabriolet based on the Fiat 1100 A chassis built by Balbo and unveiled at the 1948 Turin…
The Bertone Ramarro (the Italian name for a striking green lizard) was based on the Chevrolet Corvette C4 (the fourth-generation Corvette). Given Nuccio Bertone’s sense for perfect timing, the concept was unveiled for the first time at the 1984 Los Angeles Motor Show, shortly before the start of the Summer Olympic Games.
At the 1934 Milan Motor Show a new chassis for the Augusta was presented. The 234 type specially conceived for coachbuilders retained the previous mechanical characteristics but with some novelties.
We are trying to create a register of all Lancia Aurelia series B50, B51, B52, B53 and B55+B56 chassis.
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 origin of the Lancia Stratos Before the Lancia Stratos, if we exclude the “fuoriserie” of the past, Bertone had never officially collaborated with…
1970s car were always an inspiration for videogame cars, in particular this wedge design concept car Autobianchi Runabout built by Bertone for the 1969 Turin Motor Show. Designed by Marcello Gandini, the Runabout looks like it came out of the videogame Cyberpunk 2077. Fasten your seatbell, this is the history of this strange concept car which looks like a speedboat with an exclusive message from his designer Marcello Gandini.
The Bertone GB110 will be built in just 33 units and will be the first of a series projects dedicated to those who will be able to appreciate the combination of tradition, technological innovation and style,
The well-known collector Emilio Lacchio presents us this one-off Lancia Aprilia Cabriolet with Bertone bodywork designed by Mario Revelli di Beaumont. After a careful restoration, a particular paintjob emerged which is connected to the Novara sports team.
The Desire for Rebirth It is 1947; the war has just ended, with all the material and moral destruction it entailed. The desire to…
The Jaguar B99 is a proposal for a baby Jaguar developed by Bertone under the direction of Michael Robinson. The project, despite positive response, was canceled amid a thousand controversies and contrasts between Bertone itself and the Jaguar design center. Designer Michael Robinson tells us the story of this concept that could have meant a return to the origins of the well-known English brand.
Luciano d’Ambrosio, Bertone’s former design director, tells us in detail about the Bella concept car, built on the basis of the Alfa Romeo 166. A showcar that introduces innovative solutions also designed for leisure time. Let’s find out together.