Giorgetto Giugiaro (Garessio, 7 August 1938) is an Italian designer and entrepreneur. At 17 he enters the Fiat Style Center as an apprentice designer, called by Dante Giacosa. In 1959 Nuccio Bertone entrusted the 21-year-old designer with the responsibility of managing the Style Center of his body shop. After 5 years he moved to direct the Ghia Style and Projects Center and on 13 February 1968 he founded Italdesign with Aldo Mantovani, an independent company conceived with an innovative formula to offer world-wide manufacturers the services of creativity, engineering and production start-up. . With this brand he designed over 200 models, which went into production for a total of about 50 million cars in circulation. Volkswagen cars from the 1970s (Golf, Scirocco and Passat) bear his signature. For the Fiat Group he created the Lancia Delta, Thema, and Prisma and the Fiat Panda, Uno, Croma, Punto. Followed by the Maserati Coupé and Spyder, the new Croma, the Grande Punto, the Fiat Sedici and the more recent Alfa Romeo model family.

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