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Category: Bertone

Siata Berlina Prototype (1953)

This one-off, four-seat, Siata Berlina uses the Fiat derived 2.0 liter V8 engine which can also be found in the

Lancia Stratos Sibilo (1978)

As far as the “one-offs” destined for the Motor Shows went, the 1970’s closed with the Sibilo. This coupé, which

Lancia Stratos HF Prototype (1971)

stunned the world at the 1970 Turin Motorshow with their design. Nuccio Bertone initially wanted to call the ultra-compact wedge-shape

Lancia Stratos Zero (1970)

The phenomenally successful Lancia Stratos has the distinction of being the only example of a car that was specifically designed