Italdesign launches an advertising campaign for its new modelJanuary 15, 2019
Whatever it is, we will see it at the Geneva Motor Show, which will be held in March of this year. So far, only the teaser of the novelty has been published, which shows part of the car.
The guys at Italdesign have been very busy lately, because working on the Zerouno model (pictured below) in the coupe and roadster, you need to spend time on other projects. The most impressive of them is the GT-R50, an extremely expensive, bespoke version of the Japanese sports car Nissan GT-R, which you can get “in total” for 1.12 million dollars. The circulation of this car is limited to only 50 units.
Apparently we are talking about a new car, which will be presented in early March during the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
Unfortunately, representatives of Italdesign did not go into details about their new product, but they promise to publish a teaser every week. At the moment we do not know that it will be – a production car or a concept car, but we have a feeling that something rather exciting is waiting for us.
The published photo appears to show the rear window and the engine air duct. The picture was taken on top. Perhaps we decided to show a 2-door coupe in the spirit of the Mercedes-AMG GT?
Since Italdesign is part of the Volkswagen AG concern, the Italian guys have access to a large collection of all kinds of automotive “chips” that they can use. For example, the aforementioned Zerouno is closely related to the German Audi R8 and its sister model Lamborghini Huracan. One thing is clear, for a small company such as Italdesign, there would be no financial sense to develop a new car from scratch.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Italdesign atelier enters the Chinese market with a Vulcanus minivan.
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