This is 1994 Karisma concept by Bertone, building a gullwing sedan off of a Porsche 911 platform. The Panamera doesn’t seem so weird now, huh?
The world never loved the Dino 308 GT4. Well, Park Avenue certainly didn’t.
Every motorsport fan has a favorite driver, a favorite team and a favorite car, but how many can mention a favorite racing car livery, so easily? Fortunately, I can think of many—and that’s why, in my regular series, we’ll be bringing you a collection of outstanding examples of motor racing liveries, both well-known…
[The seat on Bertone's 1984 Ramarro (a rebodied C4 'Vette) still blow my mind. Photo: Bertone]
In 1967, British newspaper The Daily Telegraph commissioned a show car from Bertone built on a widened Jaguar E-Type 2+2 chassis. It's an interesting concept, but what would Jalopnik commission today?
In August 1996, 82-year-old Nuccio Bertone came home from a holiday in the south of Italy feeling poorly. Six months later, on February 26, 1997, he was gone. The man who had transformed his father's unnotable coachbuilding shop into one of the world's most respected automotive design houses, with a factory in…
If you love classic Alfa Romeos, Lamborghinis and even Volvos, you were probably hoping famed Italian design studio Bertone was going to survive its bankruptcy proceedings. Sadly, that didn't happen.
And you thought the crossover craze was a new thing? Actually, that's not entirely true, as the Freeclimber is a good, old fashioned, body-on-frame SUV.
Some terribly sad news has emerged in Europe for anyone who is a fan of gorgeous Fiats, Alfa Romeos, Lamborghinis and other lustworthy sporting cars: design house Bertone is headed to bankruptcy.
If you’re going to go bare, you damn well better be toned. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Volvo 780 is a Bertone and looks good enough to go out in the altogether. But will its price prove to be too damn much to bear?
We absolutely love anything with a rear hatch, but we especially love anything that adds a big engine up front to match it. Aston Martin teased and titillated with its Aston Martin Rapide Bertone Jet 2+2, but unfortunately just one was made. Now, though, it may be going into production.
Fiat's Giugiaro-designed 850 Spider was a strong seller, but also getting pretty old by 1968, so Bertone was commissioned to come up with a new barchetta. The following X1/9 was produced for 17 years.
I have a couple of automotive fetishes. One is for Aston Martins. The other is for hot rod wagons. Hey look, here's an Aston wagon. Today is a wonderful day.
Undoubtedly one of the weirdest BMWs the world has ever seen, this one of one 1969 BMW "Spicup" Convertible Coupé sold last week for €460,000 ($615,986) as part of Bonham's auction at the BMW Museum.
Bertone's wedge-style design reached its apotheosis with the Lamborghini Countach. Which was itself a dramatic leap from the elongated and unbalanced design of the Urraco/Jalpa and seems almost magical until you consider this — the Lamborghini Bravo Concept. It's the forgotten link and an absolute, if slightly…
At a recent visit to Giugiaro, this 50-year-old unnamed Lamborghini, never before seen, suddenly appeared like an undiscovered Shakespeare manuscript, discreetly displayed in a library with no one paying attention.
This is not a cutaway illustration. It’s the Marzal, the most important Lamborghini that never was. The love child of 50 square feet of glass and half a Miura engine, it was the epitome of Lamborghini’s pre-supercar design philosophy. Last month, the only one made was sold for $2.1 million.
Italian design house Bertone showed a design concept for a new entry-level Jaguar sedan, the B99. But the concept wasn't commissioned by Jaguar and isn't close to the small sedan the British automaker is considering. We were wrong.
While advanced in design, Fiat's X1/9 was ephemeral in its execution, and few have stood the test of time. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe '78 however has not only passed time's test, it went back for some alloy-rim extra credit.