1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo Coupe Vehicle Profile

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

1972 ISO Rivolta Varedo photograph

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In the early 1970s, Piero Rivolta decided that because his company was racing in Formula one, they needed to add a mid-engined supercar to their lineup of sports and GT cars. Rivolta hired Ercole Spada, a veteran designer from Carrozzeria Ghia, to be the chief stylist. The car was named Varedo to honor the town in which their new factory was located. Piero decided that he wanted a pure performance car, so the body was made of fiberglass. It was equipped with a Ford 351-ci engine and ZF 5-speed transmission, and was quite a hit when it debuted at the 1972 Torino Auto Show. After the car was mechanically sorted out, it was found to be a great handling vehicle during testing at the Monza race track. Unfortunately, not too long after this, the Rivolta family sold its interest in their company, and the project died without the Varedo ever being introduced as a production model.


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