Innovative Sports Car By Bertone



Nuccio Bertone, Innovation Sports Car
Nuccio is the concept named by Gruppo Bertone’s famous designer Nuccio Bertone which was created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the company and its independence. As usual, one hundred percent functional Nuccio Concept is fitted up with efficient 4.3 liter V8 mid-engine design.

Nuccio Bertone, Future Sports Car
Among its natural sharp looks, mono-volume architecture, trapezium like form and “”eyes of the crocodile” Stratos Zero’s graphics the designers team headed by Mark Robinson also implemented the advanced guard architecture construction to create a unique roof. The innovative malleable light and strong constitution of Nuccio goes well with its “twin peaks” design where the second highest point of the roof stands behind the first one.
Nuccio Bertone, Modern Sports Car
Emphasizing the innovations is the orange color applied on the roof. To contrast it, the body is painted gray with bronze coating. The car is also equipped with the patented by Bertone front break light to ensure more safety on the roads.
Nuccio Bertone, Sports Car Concept
Nuccio’s interior is a classical sports one with all the instruments and controls installed on the tilted instruments plane. For the rear view there’s a windshield mirror reflecting a 26” screen which projects the back camera road view and is placed behind the seats.
Via: DesignBuzz.com
Nuccio Bertone, Unique Sports Car

Nuccio Bertone, Innovation Car

Nuccio Bertone, Innovation Sports Car

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