Let’s carry on with our 60’S & 70’S ITALIAN CONCEPT CARS three-part series. If you missed our first chapter you can take a look at some fabulous Bertone concepts here.

This second chapter is dedicated to cars designed by ItalDesign Giugiaro, a company based in Moncalieri. Founded by Giorgetto Giugiaro, considered Italy’s most famous automobile designer who previously worked with Gruppo Bertone and Carrozzeria Ghia, ItalDesign brought us iconic cars like the 1972 Lotus Esprit or the 1981 DeLorean DMC-12. Some of the designs from Giugiaro’s company strongly influenced automotive design for generations, and their concepts are amongst our favourite cars.

Can you imagine yourself driving one of these rides through a futuristic scenery, making part of some sci-fi adventure?

1968 Bizzarrini Manta, 1969 Abarth 1600 GT and the 1969 Alfa Romeo Iguana:

1970 Volkswagen Porsche Tapiro, 1971 Alfa Romeo Caimano and the 1971 Volkswagen Karmann Cheetah:

1972 Lotus Espirit Concept, 1972 Maserati Boomerang Italdesign and the 1973 Audi Karmann Asso di Picche:

1974 Maserati Coupé 2+2 and the 1974 Maserati Medici:

1976 BMW Karmann Asso Di Quadri  and the 1976 Maserati Medici II:

Written By:

Zé Alves Costa




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