There was a teaser for the Italian supercar Taraschi BerardoSeptember 29, 2020
Italian car brand Taraschi has released a teaser for its new supercar. The new Berardo, which will mark the renaissance of the automaker, is called Berardo. The world premiere of the supercar will take place on October 7 at the Automobile Museum in Turin (Italy).
The Taraschi name is not recognized by Italian racing teams such as Ferrari or Alfa Romeo, but the company has left its mark on motorsport. Following in the footsteps of company founder Berardo Taraschi, his son Tazio Taraschi will unveil his father’s new sports car at the Turin Automobile Museum (Italy) on October 7th. The car will be named Berardo.
Taraschi has published only one teaser image for the upcoming novelty.
The dark photo does not allow us to see the car in full detail, but it is enough to see the smooth curved lines of the body. The protruding fenders are visible in front above the bonnet. Curved daytime running lights further enhance the supercar’s rounded body style.
Along with the teaser image of Berado, we are shown images of the 1953 Giaur 750 Champion Sport. This gives an idea of what the company is trying to present with its new model. Tall and rounded wheel arches are a common aspect of a classic car.
The Italian brand built racing cars in Teramo, Italy from 1947 to 1964. His first model used parts from other cars, including a chassis from a Fiat Topolino and an engine from a BMW R75 motorcycle. He (this motor) was able to lead the car to victory in the Sport 750 class race in the Targa Florio in 1948. Further, the brand continued to build and sell racing cars, including the success of the Formula Junior racing series, which began in 1958.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Ares Design demonstrates the revived Panther supercar in a new video. Italian company Ares Design has published several photos and one video showing the production version of the Panther supercar.
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