And what a treat it was. Sprawling over five fairways were over 1,000 Italian cars. We saw the sea of red Ferraris, a palette of Lamborghinis (even one in chrome and another in pink), a leading edge Pagani Huayra, Alfa Romeos, vintage Lancias, Panteras, Maseratis, and yes, the diminutive Fiats. This was a celebration of Italian style.
The feature at Concorso Italiano this year was the 100th Anniversary of Bertone Design. This venerable Italian automobile designer created some of the most iconic designs and has always pushed the envelope when it comes to automotive design standards. Bertone treated the enthusiasts to the North American debut of its latest one-off, the Nuccio. Named after the son of the founder, the orange-topped Nuccio takes on a reptilian look that's almost sinister. Hearing Bertone Design Director, Mike Robinson, describe the design theory and evolution of the car was a clinic unto itself. In addition to the Nuccio, there was a sensational display of several of the rarely seen Bertone concept cars, and amazing production designs.
Fiat unveiled the new 500T, which is a turbo version of the new 500. This is lightning in a bottle. Just a few feet away was the new Pagani Huayra which will be available in North America next June. This astounding supercar was designed and engineered based on aeronautical technology, and every surface and feature of the car screams "extreme."
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