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About Italdesign

Italdesign-Giugiaro S.p.A (commonly called Italdesign) is an automobile design and engineering company in Turin, Italy. The company was founded in 1968 as Studi Italiani Realizzazione Prototipi S.p.A, working closely with Volkswagen. Today, the company is known for the work of its subsidiary, Giugiaro Design, home of famed automobile designer, Giorgetto Giugiaro. However, Italdesign also does automotive engineering, prototyping, and testing.

Cars designed

  • Alfa Romeo Alfasud
  • Aztec—1988 Convertible
  • BMW Nazca C2
  • BMW Nazca C2 Spider
  • Bugatti EB118 Concept
  • Bugatti EB218 Concept
  • Chevrolet Corvette—2003 Moray Concept
  • Daewoo Matiz
  • De Lorean DMC-12
  • Ferrari GG50
  • Fiat 850 Sport Coupe
  • Fiat Grande Punto
  • Fiat Panda 1980
  • Fiat Punto 1993
  • Fiat Sedici
  • Fiat Uno
  • Ford Mustang—1965 by Bertone, Giugiaro 2007
  • Isuzu Impulse
  • Hyundai Pony
  • Hyundai Sonata
  • Lamborghini Cala
  • Lamborghini Gallardo
  • Lancia Delta
  • Lancia Megagamma
  • Lotus Esprit—1972 Concept
  • Maserati 3200 GT
  • Maserati Coupe
  • Maserati Quattroporte
  • Morris Ital
  • Scighera
  • Saab 9000
  • Suzuki SX4
  • Subaru SVX
  • SEAT Toledo
  • Volkswagen Golf
  • Volkswagen Nardo Concept
  • Zastava Florida

Production cars

Italdesign designed cars include the Volkswagen Golf, Daewoo Lanos, and Suzuki Reno, which is sold under various nameplates throughout the world. Also in production is the supercar, Bugatti Veyron.

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4-seat
S4   2.0L      M-5
90.0 kW / 120.7 hp / 120.7 hp        
   

Italdesign Medusa (1980)

4-seater, 4-cylinder straight (inline) engine, 1995 cm3 / 121.7 cu in / 121.7 cu in, 90.0 kW / 120.7 hp / 120.7 hp, manual 5-speed transmission, rear wheel drive

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