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Bertone Barchetta Concept

Bertone Barchetta Concept

Bertone Barchetta Concept

Bertone Barchetta Concept
Make Bertone
Model Barchetta
Concept year 2007
Production year -
Engine -

At the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, Bertone presented the Barchetta concept car in celebration of its 95th anniversary. Based on the floorpan and mechanicals of the Fiat Panda 100 HP, the Bertone Barchetta is an open-topped strictly two-seater sports car that calls to mind the Italian racing cars of the 1950s.

The compact, muscular body of the Bertone Barchetta with its high, taut waistline, is defined by two aluminium shells joined by a large glazed surface that crosses the doors and extends into the bonnet join line before spawning the low, wraparound windscreen. The rearward opening scissor doors, hinged around the rear wheelarch, are a Bertone patent.

The cabin of the Bertone Barchetta delimited by the wraparound windscreen and rear roll bar and furnished with sophisticated minimalism and minute attention to detail, is directly inspired by the 1947 Fiat 500 Barchetta.

The anatomic seats of the Bertone Barchetta concept are upholstered in natural leather, are fixed and sculpted directly into the metalwork. A console area between the two seats includes a stowage tray and an iPod dock.

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