Italdesign Automobili Speciali, the charm of Made in Italy


Made in Italy to admire. It does with a new brand, Italdesign Automobili Speciali, and an absolutely exclusive product. Italdesign is  one of the most important cars brand of the world, founded by Giorgetto Giugiaro in 1978.


The new Italian supercar will be  one of the stars of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show which will open March 9. A real car, homologated for road use, which will be built in only 5 exemplary. With the true characteristics which are those of a super sports car, a touring beautiful and bad, with a full carbon fiber body.


This supercar has a powerful engine 10 cylinder V aspirated 5.2 liters, capable of ensuring acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.2 seconds, reaching a speed of 330 km per hour.


The silhouette of the supercar maximizes the aerodynamic criteria, limiting the height just 1.2 meters to penetrate the air with great lightness and ease.


This supercar will be offered at an indicative price of about one and a half million Euros, without considering all optional packages, which will allow customers to customize one of the most beautiful and prestigious cars that will be exhibited during an edition of this Geneva Motor Show.

Flavio Benedetto



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