Bertone Pickster (c1998)
Bertone Slim (c2000) Italy
1990 Chevrolet Corvette Nivola (Bertone)
Frecciarossa 1000 (Bertone)
Audi 80 design by Stile Bertone
anyone got a few spare dollars?
The horizontally-split rear window is a design trope that, in 2017, is associated with hybrids - the Prius (except Gen 1), Insight, Gen 1 Volt, and Ioniq all have it, and the Gen 2 Volt evokes it. However, it’s certainly not exclusive to hybrids, and I felt like writing something about the non-hybrid applications.
Opel Slalom ‘concept’ by Bertone (c1996)
c1984 Chevrolet Ramarro by Bertone
designed by Bertone
designed by Bertone
This is delicious on so many levels. Artificial scarcity is the best kind of scarcity.
I came across this Bertone (Fiat X1/9) at the autoparts store. When Fiat left the U.S. Malcom Bricklin (of Subaru 360, Bricklin SV1, and Yugo fame) continued to import these as Bertones. They look great, and the MR2 didn’t exist yet, so this was probably Bricklin’s best idea ever. But then I saw...
For the first time in forever, we have something with less than four doors in the Euro segment of Used Car Face-Off...in particular we have three 80’s touring coupes designed for the open road, one with a durable turbo 4, one with a silky I6, and one with a rumbling V12...which fits your personality and wallet best?
Have an 850 Spider by Bertone, the existence of which I had not known until about two minutes ago. You know you want to.
Remember that Bertone Jag that Jay Leno drove recently?
Unicorns do exist. Here, for your consideration, is one of my unicorns: a Lamborghini Miura in the wild, parked on a bustling city street while the lucky owner no doubt noshes on a tasty meal. Now, I have seen Miuras in the past, but they’ve all been at car events and car shows. So this was certainly a treat to spot…
Holy balls this thing looks insane.
I sometimes see a Bertone 780 Volvo, not often so its a unicorn to me, maybe a narwhal.