concept cars 
2003 Castagna G.C. After a quiet period Castagna bounced back at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show with new and reworked concepts. The G.C. is a two-door, two-seater custom-body based on Alfa Romeo chassis with rear wheel drive and fitted with Alfa's 3.2-litre V6 engine.
2002 Carcerano Granturismo Lancia Thesis based concept car built in association with Maggiori and Lancia Centro Style. Unveiled at the 2002 Paris Motor Show.
2002 Italdesign Brera The Italdesign "Brera" made its public debut at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show. Designed to impact on Alfa Romeo's ideas for a large GT-style coupe. The Brera is based around Maserati-sourced mechanical components including the Coupe's 4.2-litre 90-degree V8 engine.
2001 Fioravanti Vola Concept Alfa Romeo-based Spider.
2001 Carcerano New York Italian engineering company Carcerano have built this large executive saloon.
2001 Maserati 320S The Maserati 320S, an open topped race car based on the 3200GT was unveiled by Maserati at the 2001 Geneva Motor Show. Using a shortened wheelbase and the same engine it featured considerably lighter single seater bodywork and allround improvements including revised and upgraded brakes. 
2000 Lancia Nea The Lancia Nea concept car was unveiled at the 2000 Paris Motor Show. Developed at the Fiat Research Centre, the Nea is built using composite materials, including the visually striking transparent roof. It is loaded with technology including, DVD, internet, mp3 player, communications, navigation, four wheel steering, automatic control systems, parking sensors, etc.
2000 Maserati Buran MPV Maserati 2300GT-based MPV concept, introduced in 2001. Designed by Italdesign the Buran MPV is 5m long and 1950mm wide. It was the first concept to be built by Maserati's Moncalieri Styling Centre in association with the IDC unit in California.
2000 Pininfarina Rossa Pininfarina designed Ferrari-based "Roadster" prototype made its debut in 2000.
2000 De Tomaso Pantera Concept De Tomaso Pantera Concept unveiled in 2000. The concept attempts to give up to date look to the chassis which was unchanged under the skin and powered by the usual Ford V8 feeding rear wheel drive through a manual 6-speed gearbox.
1999 Alfa Romeo Centauri Spider The Centauri Spider was designed in 1999 by a group of young designers working at the Fiat Department for Design Developement and Car Innovation near Milan The chassis is aluminium and the cockpit made with light alloys.
1999 Bertone Bella Bertone built 3.0 V6 coupe based on Alfa Romeo 166 floorpan and mechanicals.
1999 Lamborghini Canto Lamborghini's in-house design and running prototypes for a Diablo replacement, known as the Canto, were shelved when Audi took over the company and expressed themselves dissatisfied with both the design and engineering aspects of the project.
1998 Pininfarina Dardo Built by Pininfarina, the Alfa Romeo-based Dardo made its debut at the 1998 Turin Motorshow.
1998 Lancia Dialogos The Lancia Dialogos is a concept large executive saloon, presented to the public at the Turin Motor Show in 1998. It's styling, interior "environment" and many of its ground-breaking safety features evolved on the Thesis production saloon. 
1998 Stola Abarth Monotipo In 1998 Stola built the breaktaking Abarth Monotipo which made its debut at the Turin Motor Show. The Abarth Monotipo used Lancia's 260 bhp 2.0 16v turbocharged engine along with a limited slip-diff and huge Ferrari-sourced Brembo ventilated disc brakes. The body was made almost entirely of composite materials, all based around the Fiat Barchetta.
1997 Italdesign Scighera Built by Italdesign in 1997 the Scighera is powered by a twin turbo Alfa Romeo 3.0 V6 engine, 6-speed gearbox, rear wheel drive and producing 400 bhp at 7,500 rpm. Top speed is 185mph with a 0-60 mph time of 4.9 seconds.
1997 Sbarro Ionos 1997 "Ionos" by Sbarro was the 70-year old designer's interpretation of a modern Lancia Stratos. It uses two Lancia 5-cyl engines coupled together to create a V10 layout. 
1996 Alfa Romeo Nuvola Alfa Romeo 2+2 retro sportscar concept, incorporating 3.0 V6 engine, 6-speed gearbox and four wheel drive.
1996 Zagato Raptor The Zagato Raptor was a Lamborghini Diablo VT based concept car which made its debut at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show. The Raptor which used the Diablo's 5.7-litre V12 engine and featured a single opening section which comprised of the roof, front screen and doors, made its debut at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show.
1996 Isotta Fraschini T8 In 1996 Piedmontese businessman Giuliano Malvino, best known for building the Raytone-Fissore off-roader, attempted to relaunch the Isotta Fraschini brand with a car based on Audi A8 mechanicals. The T8, as it was known, was shown in coupe and cabrio formats at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show.
1996 Stola Dedica In 1995 Stola decided to create a fully working dream car prototype to raise the company's profile. The Dedica was built on the Fiat Barchetta's chassis ( which Stola had helped develop ) and made its debut at the 1996 Turin Motor Show.
1996 Sbarro Issima 1996 "Issima" concept by Sbarro used two 3.0-litre V6 Alfa Romeo engines joined to create a 500 bhp V12 unit.
1995 Fioravanti NYCE Fioravanti "fun car". NYCE: 'Natural Young & Economical Concept'.
1995 Bertone Kayak Lancia Kappa based Coupe by Bertone.
1995 Castagna Vittoria The Castagna Vittoria made its debut at the 1995 Geneva Motor Show. Based on the Alfa Romeo SZ sportscar it claimed to extract 320 bhp from the modified 3.0 V6 while the styling was very controversial.
1995 Italdesign Lamborghini Cala Lamborghini based concept by Italdesign.
1995 Zender Progetto Cinque 1995 design by German styling company Zender, based on Alfa Romeo 75 floorpan and mechanicals.
1995 Maserati Auge 1995 Maserati luxury four seat luxury "Grand Tourer" prototype.
1993 Bizzarrini BZ-2001 Ferrari Testarossa based concept car constructed in California by a small engineering team which revived the Bizzarrini name.
1992 Zagato GTZ Ferrari Tessarossa based concept from Zagato.
1991 Alfa Romeo Proteo Designed by Walter da Silva, the Proteo was a 2+2 coupe based on a shortened Alfa Romeo 164 floorpan and powered by a quad-cam 24-valve 3.0 V6 unit. As well as four wheel drive the car featured four wheel steering.
1990 Ferrari Mythos Ferrari Mythos was built by Pininfarina and based on the Testarossa, it was built to emphasise Italian styling creativity.