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Before our website went on vacation for a bit, spy shots of a rumored Lancia Stratos prototype were making the rounds on the web and caused a lot of speculation. Now, the project has been officially detailed and even has its own website called, what else, the New Lancia Stratos. As was rumored, the project is currently a one-off model, built by Pininfarina… …read the full post

Last week Lancia fans became ecstatic when a couple of spy photos from a Fiat test track showcased what looked like a spiritual successor to the iconic Lancia Stratos model. Seeing as how the car borrowed heavily from the 2005 Lancia Stratos Fenomenon, rumors immediately pointed to a revived sportscar, which would act as a halo model for the rest of… …read the full post

As most of you know, the 2010 Geneva Motor Show will host quite a few new designs coming from major Italian bureaus like Style Bertone or Pininfarina concerning new Alfa Romeo models, specifically the 159 replacement. While Bertone already presented the Pandion concept a few weeks ago, Pininfarina officially showcased its design, the 2uettottanta,… …read the full post

Alfa Romeo is definitely betting big on the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March, as not only will it reveal the newly announced Giulietta hatchback, but also not one, not two, but three possible designs for the aging 159 sedan. And don’t think these designs will be switched up a bit, as Alfa commissioned the three biggest design houses in Turin,… …read the full post

When you think about Indian carmaker Tata, things like pick-up trucks and small, low-cost compact cars spring to mind. When you think about famous Italian design company Pinifarina, you think about passionate sportscars with clever design. So that makes them a perfect match! Don’t believe me? Check out this new concept above, which was unveiled… …read the full post

You might remember the Pininfarina Hyperion, the ultra-luxurious custom-built car created by the famous Italian studio for Rolland Hall, a very rich collector. The car is based on the Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe and its design is inspired by ’30s cars. The car’s backseats have been removed which means 400 mm more space for the driver and… …read the full post

This year’s Pininfarina stand was somehow sad, due to the big loss the company had back in August, when Andrea Pininfarina, the CEO, lost his life in a motorcycle accident. Both cars on display at the Italian stand, the Ferrari California and an electric car concept, were dedicated to his memory. The Pininfarina Bollore concept, was one of the… …read the full post

Some time ago we wrote about Pininfarina working on the Hyperion, an ultra exclusive convertible based on the Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe. And now we’ve also got the first picture (if we don’t count the teaser photo already released) of the car that will make its first appearance at the Pebble Beach Concours in Monterey, California on August… …read the full post

The world’s auto industry stands still today, as the head of the famous Italian coachbuilder, Pininfarina, died in a road accident. 51 year old Andrea Pininfarina was involved in an accident in Trofarello near Turin. Police stated that he was riding a motorbike when he was involved in a collision with a Ford Fiesta. The Pininfarina Chief Executive,… …read the full post

Some of us might say that the Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe, priced at $600,000 is already an exclusive convertible. But apparently a rich collector doesn’t agree with that, because he asked Pininfarina, the famous Italian coachbuilder, to create an unique version of the Phantom. The car, which will be named Hyperion (a Titan from the Greek mythology)… …read the full post

Everyone with a clue about the auto industry has heard of Pininfarina, one of the best designers out there. And Pininfarina is decided to impress again at the Geneva Motors Show, in March 2008, where they’ll present the Pininfarina Sintesi Concept. The concept is designed by the Pininfarina Design Department, under the direction of Lowie Vermeersch,… …read the full post