The Bizzarrini Giotto supercar, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son Fabrizio, is a low-slung vehicle that proudly carries the name of the original company’s founder. The car boasts a carbon fiber body and design elements that pay homage to the 5300GT, a model from the 1960s. The most significant difference between the two cars is the placement of the powertrain; while the 5300GT had a front-engine design, the Giotto boasts a rear-mid-engine layout.
The Giotto is powered by a naturally aspirated V12 engine that is paired with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. This powertrain is said to be exclusive to the Giotto and is being developed under the supervision of Bizzarrini CTO Chris Porritt, who has a wealth of experience in the automotive industry, having worked for companies such as Aston Martin, Rimac, and Tesla.
At this time, limited information is available about the Giotto, but more technical specifications are expected to be released later this year. Testing for the car is scheduled to begin in 2024, with deliveries to customers likely to take place no sooner than 2025. No pricing information has been disclosed, but it is expected to be expensive.
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