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Presented at the 1968 Paris Motor Show, the Bertone Carabo was a futuristic sportscar based on the Alfa Romeo 33 chassis. Designed by Marcello Gandini, it featured original solutions such as scissor doors and multi-coloured glass windows.
At the Quail 2017 event Ken Okuyama has revealed his second one-off, a concept with extreme lines that recall the legendary dream cars of the Seventies.
From May 21 to September 7, 2014 the High Museum of Art in Atlanta will host the exhibition "Dream Cars - Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas", featuring iconic concept cars of the past, including the Pininfarina Modulo and the Bertone Stratos Zero.
The first limited edition calendar by Degler Studio pays homage to the exotic and provocative concept cars created by Bertone in 60 years of activity.
Maserati has released the first images of its upcoming four-door sports executive sedan, with a design that evolves the lines of the new Quattroporte.
“In hindsight I wasn’t at all ready for it, I was naïve. In a way it was like trying to compose without knowing how to play the piano.” This is how Renault’s head of design Laurens van den Acker looks back on his involvement in Bugatti’s...
Bertone has released the first images of the Nuccio Concept, the design study that will debut at the upcoming Geneva Show and will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Design Studio.
An informative page by BMWism.com provides extensive information on the car designers that have worked on BMW models throughout History.
An exclusive report from the annual Degree Show of the Munich University of Applied Sciences. This first part report includes the students and graduates' projects developed in partnership with Lamborghini and Semcon Automotive.
The 1955 Citroën DS designed by Flaminio Bertoni was named 'Most beautiful car of all time' by Classic & Sports Car magazine. The jury panel included names such as Giorgetto Giugiaro, Patrick Le Quément, Gordon Murray and Martin...
We publish a brief design history of the original Twingo project, started by Renault in the 1980s with the W-60 name and developed under the direction of Patrick Le Quément, until the official debut in 1992 and the commercial launch in 1993.
Designed by Bertone in 1974, the Bravo was supposed to be produced as a "baby-Miura". The project was cancelled but many styling elements were adopted on later cars. Featuring a short video that describes its history.
After many rumors and previews on web magazines and blogs, Lamborghini has finally unveiled the official photos of its new Miura Concept, that celebrates the 40th anniversary of the legendary GT.