Puritalia Automobili presents one-off evolution of the Berlinetta series
The brand represents a “new generation” of Italian hand-made supercars, designed and built in the classic “Italian Fuoriserie” tradition that combines unmatched design, craftsmanship and technological innovations.
Exclusively built-to-order for the most demanding car connoisseur, Puritalia Automobili unveiled the Berlinetta at the Geneva International Motor Show in 2019: a 965 hp, total carbon fiber body Italian supercar in the spirit of the golden years of Italian Fuoriserie cars, mixing modern technology and true Italian car design. At the Geneva International Motor Show 2020, Puritalia Automobili presents the exciting evolution of the Berlinetta series.
The Berlinetta displayed throughout the Geneva International Motor Show 2020 is a customer-spec car finished in “Rosso Vesuvio” with custom designed forged monoblock wheels and fully exposed carbon fiber interiors, handcrafted in-house with white Italian Nabucco premium leather. The proprietary body paint formula, that required up to 7 coats, rigorously applied by hand, is one of a kind for each car in the pure spirit of the “Puritalia Sartoria” philosophy. This specification speaks for the elegant, yet sporty and aggressive profile of the Berlinetta.
“We are proud to be present at the Geneva International Motor Show alongside the elite members of the automotive industry for a second consecutive year. Despite our young history we are thrilled to showcase the progress we’ve achieved thus far and to share the continuous investments and projects we’ve set for an exciting and brighter future. During the last 12 months we’ve been focused on improving the Berlinetta based on the requests of our clients and growing network of retail partners. We brought the car all over Europe and arranged numerous private events and test drives with our network of selected Customers and Brand Ambassadors. But, even more important, we have followed the development of our roadmap towards the future of Puritalia with our next milestone: Project SuperVEloce!”
Fabio Ferrante – Chief Designer