In 1970 the dream car for Turin Motor Show is intentionally extreme in shapes and technical solutions, but anyway thought for mass- production.
It is Abarth’s last proposal before his addiction to FIAT. It was realized on the model of 1600, it had to be a coupé 2+2 intended to little series but it will always remain a prototype.
It was created to highlight the sporting successes of the 33 racers; Alfa Romeo entrusted the mechanical assembly of the 33/2 road version.
This van, of some renown in Japan, and the subsequent multi-purpose model, are part of the Japanese kei car sector.
Japanese sub-subcompacts have always been a smaller scale redesign of larger cars. In 1969 Suzuki asks Italdesign for a prototype that would broke this logic.
This prototype signs the debut of Italdesign at Turin Motor Show. It was carried out in only forty days, and it will mark a revolution in sport dream car concept.