Iso Rivolta GT (Bertone), 1962–70
Iso Rivolta S4, 1967-69
Iso Rivolta Fidia, 1969-74
2017 Iso Rivolta Vision GT (Zagato)
Zagato unveils the IsoRivolta Vision Gran Turismo, featured in Sony PlayStation’s Gran Turismo Sport, at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.
In 1962 Iso Rivolta made their first Grand Touring (GT) car – and what a car it was, and still is – the Iso Rivolta GT. With chassis design by Giotto Bizzarrini and styling by Giorgetto Giugiaro of Bertone, Iso made a comfortable four seater that handled like a sports car. It is powered by a Chevrolet Corvette 327 cid engine and has disk brakes on all four wheels with the rear being in-board, like a race car. The motoring press loved this car and what’s not to love? Italian styling and American power – a great combination. There were 799 Iso Rivolta GTs produced between 1963 and 1970. It was followed by the Grifo-Bizzarrini A3C,stunning Grifo, two-plus-two Lele and the four-door Iso S4 & Fidia.
1967 Iso Rivolta S4, Fidia Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, built by Ghia
After ISO founder Renzo Rivolta passed away in 1966, son Piero Rivolta took over the company that produced the Rivolta GT and Grifo sports coupe. It became his mission to grow the brand and fill out Iso’s product portfolio. He introduced the four-door Iso S4 (later badged Fidia) in 1967. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro (now at Ghia) and built on a stretched version of the Iso GT/Grifo platform, it showcased proven carryover powertrains. The prototype S4 was on the cover of the September 1967 issue of Quattroruote magazine while actual production didn’t start until February 1968. (-_↓↓ #WraithGarage
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