Fiat 500 Marcia Corta by Camal

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If you are a fan of the Bertone and Pininfarina design houses, then Alessio Minchella and Alessandro Camorali are names very familiar to you. Among the cars they have designed the most famous ones are the Alfa Romeo BAT11, the Ferrari 458 Italia, 599XX and the 599GTO. And as many car designers who worked for great design houses, like Giorgetto Giugiaro (Bertone – Ghia – Italdesign) or Marcello Gandini (Bertone), the guys wanted ‘something more’. In 2008 they have founded ‘Camal’ and the first car to be designed by their little company is the 500 Marcia Corta (‘Short Gear’ in Italian).

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A quick look to their car will unveil a design language inspired by classic Abarth and Giannini models. The exterior package includes new new front and rear bumpers, sideskirts, spoiler, and competition-style quad spotlight pod. As their concept is based on the 500 EsseEsse, under the hood you will find the same 1.4 liter turbocharged engine that delivers 160 HP. But it will be combined with a new exhaust system.

The 500 Marcia Corta is just a concept at the moment, but Camal is currently looking for partners to help with production and distribution.

Come into the beautiful world of Camal Studio.

 

 

 

 

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