The Bertone Mantide was introduced in 2009 and based on the Corvette ZR1. There were supposed to be 10 of them built, and they are slightly more expensive than a ZR1 at $2 million each. There's one in Massachusetts. And the owner, who is a hero, drives it.
Old guys in polo shirts nurturing vintage Ferraris? Industry people showing off concepts which will never get built? What's the point? Not much: but it's a great way to spend a weekend in Italy.
We exclusively revealed Jason Castriota's plans for a new Bertone one-off project supercar, and we've already shown you the first episode of Bradley Farrell's documentary. Here's chapter two. And oh, hey, look, it's smiling!
Dr. Gary Kaberle, a Michigan Dentist, is the first-ever private individual to display a vehicle on the main floor of the Detroit Auto Show with his BAT 11dk.
The Alfa Romeo Bertone BAT 11 may have evaded our lenses when it made an off-site debut at the Geneva Auto Show last March, but not this time. Now we've got the first live shots of the BAT 11 on American soil. The artfully-designed car was revealed today at the press event ahead of this weekend's 2008 Meadow Brook…