Renzo Rivolta (Desio, September 5, 1908 - Milan, August 20, 1966) was an Italian engineer and entrepreneur. Rivolta was the founder of the Italian car manufacturer Iso Rivolta. In the 1950s he developed the Iso Isetta microcar, which he later sold on the Italian market. This car became famous even outside the Italian borders only later, thanks to the production license issued to the German house BMW. In the sixties, Rivolta produced the Iso Grifo and other sports cars. The park in the city of Bresso, which surrounds what remains of the Iso Rivolta factory, is dedicated to him.

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