The ghost car

In March 1947, in the capital city, the company presented to the press a nice convertible two-seater micro-car, the Volpe, characterised by attractive rounded lines, two and a half metres in length, just over a metre wide and weighing only 135 kg: its appearance was more akin to a toy than a transport vehicle. We’ve … More The ghost car

Purebred sportswoman

This car, due to its elegance and its brilliant performance, became an instant status symbol, born to compete against rivals of the calibre of Maserati and Ferrari The history of the ISO marque is inexorably linked to the figure of Eng. Renzo Rivolta, who bought Isothermos, a small company manufacturing heaters and coolers, in 1939. … More Purebred sportswoman

The Anglo-Italian

The initials “IM3” merged the initials of the two brands Innocenti and Morris, whilst the “3” referred to the third model produced in collaboration with the British group, after the A40 and the Spider. In almost forty years of activities as a car manufacturer, Innocenti di Lambrate is remembered mainly for the Mini models produced … More The Anglo-Italian

The Italian Mini

In its lifetime the Bertone Mini project saw numerous updates, amongst the most important of which was the adoption of Japanese components and 3-cylinder engines supplied by Daihatsu, which led to the MiniTre Replacing the original Mini was always going to be an almost impossible task, but despite this, during the 1960s we saw various … More The Italian Mini