Bizzarrini Giotto Supercar Reveal
Similar to the GAC Barchetta, the Bizzarrini Giotto supercar is one you probably never knew existed, and in this case, for good reason. Giotto Bizzarrini established the Italy-based Bizzarrini company in 1964 and produced the 5300 GT. Unfortunately, the company went under in 1969, but Kuwaiti investor Rezam Al Roumi acquired the name two years ago.

Bizzarrini Gioto Supercar Reveal
Bizzarrini Gioto Supercar Reveal
The now UK-based Bizzarrini hired Giorgetto Giugiaro of Italdesign fame, and his son Fabrizio, to design the Giotto. Very few details have been revealed thus far, although we do know that it boasts a mid-mounted, naturally-aspirated V12 engine, mated to an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. How much will it cost? Well, the company did revive the 5300GT in 2020, powered by a Chevrolet V8, and sold all 24-units at $2-million USD. So, expect the Bizzarrini Giotto to be priced under the Bugatti Chiron, but higher than the McLaren Speedtail. Giotto prototypes are expected to begin testing next year, which means deliveries should start in 2025.

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Bizzarrini Gioto Supercar Reveal
Bizzarrini Gioto Supercar Reveal

Our two names are united in nearly six decades of history and a series of now iconic designs. With the Giotto, we honor the past but we focus wholly on the future. Designed for purpose, and incorporating active aerodynamic technologies, we have created something that is both recognizably Bizzarrini and totally relevant for an entirely new era of this cherished Italian brand. We have a very clear vision for the Giotto, defined ultimately by how it makes a driver feel,” said Giorgetto Giugiaro, Italian automotive designer.



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