The Best Giorgetto Giugiaro Designs

Giorgetto 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… » 12/03/12 2:00pm 12/03/12 2:00pm

Batman hits French Riviera in his ItalDesign Aztec

In his prolific design career, Giorgetto Giugiaro never made vehicles for either Star Wars or Batman, but his Aztec concept from 1988 could have featured in both. Isolated from the cockpit by a wall, there is nobody to hear the screams of one’s passenger when the Aztec’s rally-derived mechanics—a five-cylinder, 200 hp… » 6/09/11 1:40pm 6/09/11 1:40pm

Giugiaro Continues To Tease, Releases Another Mystery Concept Photo…

Giugiaro has released another teaser image of its forthcoming Geneva concept car. So far nameless, commenter Mark Miller has made an educated guess that it'll be called Quaranta - Italian for forty. 2008 is ItalDesign's 40th birthday. We also predict some sort of hypothetical green power plant, you know the kind that… » 2/25/08 8:45am 2/25/08 8:45am

The Most Beautiful Ford in the World: 1967-68 Ford OSI 20m TS

While our American parents were smoking dope in the back of their Mustangs and blasting the Beach Boys, our hipper, richer European parents were blasting the Beach Boys and smoking dope in the backs of these Italian-bodied hotties. OSI, located in Turin, was an Italian Design firm that bent metal for companies such as… » 12/11/06 12:00pm 12/11/06 12:00pm