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About Bertone

Gruppo Bertone is an Italian car styling and coachbuilding house, which also manufactures cars. Bertone styling is very distinctive, with most cars having a strong "family resemblance" even if badged by different manufacturers. Bertone has styled cars for Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Iso Rivolta, Lancia, Lamborghini and Volvo Cars among others. In addition the Bertone studio were responsible for two of the later designs of the famous Italian motorscooter " Lambretta". The highly innovative and influential-if unsuccessful "Luna" range and the DL/GP -a makeover of the established LI Ser III design

The company is based in Turin. It was founded as Carrozzeria Bertone in 1912 by Giovanni Bertone, with designer Nuccio Bertone taking over after World War II. The company was divided into two units — the Carrozzeria building as many as 40,000 cars per year at its height, and the styling studio, Stile Bertone. The company is currently headed by Lilli Bertone, widow of Nuccio.

Financial protection, 2007

Bertone applied for Concordato Preventivo in November 2007, the Italy’s equivalent of America’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection due to several years of financial losses. The company has reportedly posted a total loss of €37.3m (US$55.4m) over the past three years, on sales of €325m. The Concordato Preventivo will allow Bertone bosses to reorganize their operations while protected from creditors. Bertone's 1,350 employees have been protected and paid by an Italian government funded scheme, which expires at the end of 2007.

CEO Lili Bertone commented that the company is “conducting confidential talks with Italian and international industrial and financial entities to secure Carrozzeria Bertone a future in vehicle manufacturing”.

Cars and scooters styled by Bertone

  • 1952 Fiat Abarth 1500 Coupé
  • 1953 Arnolt-MG Convertible and Coupe
  • 1953 Alfa Romeo BAT-5
  • 1953 Fiat 1100 TV
  • 1953 Fiat 8V Spider
  • 1954 Alfa Romeo 1900 Sport Spider
  • 1954 Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva
  • 1954 Alfa Romeo BAT-7
  • 1954 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint
  • 1954 Arnolt Aston Martin DB2/4 Spider
  • 1955 Alfa Romeo BAT-9
  • 1955 Arnolt-Bristol Spider and Coupe
  • 1958 Abarth 1000 GT Coupé
  • 1959 NSU Sport Prinz
  • 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale
  • 1960 Gordon-Keeble
  • 1960 NSU Wankel Spider
  • 1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT Jet
  • 1962 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint
  • 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint
  • 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale
  • 1962 Alfa Romeo GTA
  • 1962 ASA Coupé
  • 1962 BMW 3200 CS
  • 1962 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso
  • 1962 Iso Rivolta
  • 1962 Simca 1000
  • 1964 Alfa Romeo Canguro
  • 1965 Abarth OT 1000 Spider
  • 1965 Fiat 850 Spider
  • 1965 Iso Grifo
  • 1967 Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior
  • 1967 Alfa Romeo Montreal
  • 1967 Fiat Dino Coupé
  • 1967 Lamborghini Marzal
  • 1967 Lamborghini Miura
  • 1967 Simca 1200S Coupé
  • 1968 Alfa Romeo Carabo
  • 1968 Fiat 850 Sport Spider
  • 1968 Lamborghini Espada
  • 1968 Lambretta Luna line: Lui, Vega & Cometa
  • 1969 Iso Lele
  • 1969 Lambretta GP/DL Scooter
  • 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero
  • 1970 Lamborghini Urraco
  • 1970 BMW Garmisch 2200Ti (led to BMW 5-series)
  • 1971 Lamborghini Countach
  • 1972 Lancia Stratos
  • 1972 Fiat X1/9 (also badged as a Bertone and built on Bertone's own line)
  • 1972 Citroen Camargue
  • 1972 Maserati Khamsin
  • 1973 NSU Trapeze
  • 1974 Lamborghini Bravo
  • 1974 Ferrari 208/308 GT4
  • 1974 Maserati Quattroporte II
  • 1976 Alfa Romeo Navajo
  • 1976 Ferrari Rainbow
  • 1977 Volvo 262C
  • 1977 Jaguar Ascot
  • 1978 Fiat Ritmo
  • 1978 Alfa Romeo Alfetta
  • 1978 Lancia Sibilo
  • 1979 Volvo Tundra
  • 1980 Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2000
  • 1980 Lamborghini Athon
  • 1981 Mazda MX-81
  • 1982 Citroën BX
  • 1983 Alfa Romeo Delfino
  • 1984 Chevrolet Ramarro
  • 1985 Volvo 780
  • 1986 Citroen Zabrus
  • 1987 Škoda Favorit
  • 1988 Lamborghini Genesis
  • 1989 Citroën XM
  • 1989 Bertone Freeclimber
  • 1990 Lamborghini Diablo
  • 1990 Chevrolet Nivola
  • 1991 Citroën ZX
  • 1992 Bertone Blitz
  • 1993 Citroen Xantia
  • 1994 Opel Astra Cabrio
  • 1995 Fiat Punto Cabriolet
  • 1995 Daewoo Espero
  • 2001 Opel Astra Coupe/Cabrio
  • 2003 Alfa Romeo GT
  • 2003 Bertone Birusa

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4-door
5-seat
S4 8v 1.6L SOHC M-5
73.8 kW / 99.0 hp / 99.0 hp  128.0 N·m / 94.4 lb·ft / 94.4 lb·ft
   

Bertone 4X4 1.6 Si (1992)

4-door 5-seater offroad vehicle, petrol (gasoline) 4-cylinder 8-valve straight (inline) engine, SOHC (single overhead camshaft), 1596 cm3 / 97.4 cu in / 97.4 cu in, 73.8 kW / 99.0 hp / 99.0 hp @ 5800 rpm / 5800 rpm / 5800 rpm, 128.0 N·m / 94.4 lb·ft / 94.4 lb·ft @ 2750 rpm / 2750 rpm / 2750 rpm, manual 5-speed transmission, four wheel drive, 150 km/h / 93 mph / 93 mph top speed

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