Volvo 262C, 1977, by Bertone. Forty years ago today, at the Geneva Motor Show, Volvo presented the 2-door coupé 260-series which had been styled by Volvo’s design chief Jan Wilsgaard and prototyped by Coggiola.
This car’s taillights (and of the 2000 saloons) became later part of the De Tomaso Longchamp: first generation (1968 until early 1970) elegant edged Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina by
Giorgetto Giugiaro at Bertone, based on the 105 series Giulia but on a longer wheelbase. Alfaromeole likes its late Sixties New Objectivity.
Ferrari 250 GT Prototype EW, 1960, by Bertone. Designed by 21-year-old Giorgetto Giugiaro who was working for Bertone at the time. The car was commissioned by Enrico Wax (hence the EW) of Genoa a wealthy importer who was a personal friend of Enzo Ferrari.
What a difference 50 years makes Alternating pics of Lamborghini Miura, 1967 (SV Prototype, 1971, shown) and Lamborghini Aventador S, 2017. The Miura was the first mid-engined Lamborghini. The revised Aventador S was shown this week at the Geneva Motor Show