Bertone designers discuss GB110 supercar

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Car Design News sat down with the designers of the recently revealed GB110 supercar

Having teased a new project during the latter stages of 2022, Italian design powerhouse Bertone is back. In December it officially revealed a new hypercar – the GB110 – just in time to celebrate its 110th anniversary. But it is more than just a render – the car is very much real and was designed with production intent in mind.

If all goes to plan, the GB110 will reach customers at some point in 2024 (albeit with a limited run of just 30 units or so). The result of a no-frills ‘Bertone mindset’, the car was designed from scratch in just six months through a close collaboration between design and engineering: Andrea Mocellin led the exterior design and was brought on board by design manager Giovanni Sapio. They are based in Munich and Brussels respectively and have worked closely with Bertone’s new owners, the Ricci brothers, who bought the design house back in 2020.

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