The Best Giorgetto Giugiaro DesignsMáté Petrány12/03/12 2:00pmFiled to: Car DesignitaldesignGiorgetto GiugiaroGiugiaroTop2023EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkGiorgetto Giugiaro. Now repeat it three times. Got it? It's one of the biggest names in the business, but don't blame him for switching to the more user friendly Italdesign in 1968. Before doing that though, he also created some beautiful shapes at Bertone and Ghia. After all, they don't name someone Car designer of the century for doing an average job.Born in northern Italy, one of his earliest works was the Gordon GT, a British luxury tourer with a Chevy small block, and an aluminium body crafted at Bertone. Oh, and the best logo in the universe. In 1963, Mazda wanted to make sure their first car was up to the job, so they asked for the Italians help as well. Of the 400,000 Familias made, around 3% made it abroad. While being in the oriental mood, he also designed a nice coupe for Isuzu. He had a go with the Mustang as well...ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.