Presenting the Castagna Imperial Landaulet Concept.

According to designer Gioacchino Acampora, this imposing concept was inspired by some of the Isotta Fraschinis of the β€˜20s and β€˜30s

The Isotta Fraschini link has some historic resonance. After all, Castagna was a principal coach-building source for these grand motorcars in the β€˜20s and β€˜30s. Tracing its origins to the carriage trade of the 1840s, the Milan-based company closed its doors in 1954, and the name was revived by Acampora in 1995. The Imperial, according to Acampora, is a work in progress, and will eventually become the property of an unspecified individual who commissioned the one-off super luxury sedan. Details were equally unspecified, other than the car’s imposing size β€” over 20 feet long β€” and its power: over 800 hp, according to Acampora, from a twin-supercharged 4.5-liter V-8 of unknown origin. Pricing info was also unknown, but if you have to ask...