Bertone prepares its resurgence and already publishes a teaser of its supercar

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Bertones was behind the legendary Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce, Lamborghini Countach, Citroen XM and many others and now wants to resurface starting with the presentation of a supercar.

Founded in 1912 by Giovanni Bertone and divided into a coachbuilder and design house by Nuccio Bertone after the Second World War, in 2014 it went through a crisis to the point of declaring bankruptcy.

Moving forward to 2020, it was acquired by Jean-Franck and Mauro Ricci, who claim to have many years of experience as engineers in the automotive sector.

By designing legendary cars like the Lamborghini Miura and Countach, and the Alfa Romeo Coupe Bertone, Bertone has a well-earned place in the automotive history books, which are today being dusted off to make way for a revolutionary new chapter.” affirm.

That statement suggests that their new product that they started promoting is the “dawn of a new era for contemporary Bertone.

In addition, the vehicle shown in the teaser seeks to celebrate the 110 years of history of the firm.

According to Bertone, the supercar will be “an instant classic” and its silhouette will be reminiscent of mid-engined vehicles like the Lamborghini Huracán. As a curious fact, Bertone published images of the Alfa Romeo Carabo from 1968. One of the defining vehicles of design in the 1970s and 1980s.

In an Instagram post, the company refers to this as a “dream car” and ask “What will Bertone’s next dream car be?

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Now this model is far from identical to the Carabo, its almost pixelated taillights somewhat reminiscent of the checkerboard rear fascia of the mid-century concept car.

For now there is no information about the new car powertrain, and no filing date has been set. It is likely that it will be done before the end of the year.

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