Bertone, the famous Italian car design firm, is selling off some of its most famous concept cars from the disco era.
Bertone, the Italian auto design firm and niche automaker, is selling off some of its most famous one-off cars.
Among the crown jewels will be this car, originally unveiled at the Turnin Motor Show in 1970. To access the driver's seat, you have to open the windshield and climb over the black rubberized hood. Instead of an ordinary instrument panel, the driver would consult a large rectangular screen mounted to the left of the steering wheel.
This car, and the five others in this gallery, are being sold by Bertone S.p.A. at RM Auction's Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este event on May 21st in Cernobbio, Italy.
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