The Bertone Stratos HF Zero concept debuted at the 1970 Turin Motor Show
One of Bertone's most famous prototypes, the Stratos HF Zero recently sold for more than a million dollars
The Nuccio concept will debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show
The Nuccio concept is named after long-time leader Nuccio Bertone
The Stratos HF Zero helped Bertone develop a working relationship with Lancia
Italian auto design house Bertone will introduce a new concept car at the Geneva Motor Show. Named Nuccio after Nuccio Bertone, the long-time chief of the company who passed away in 1997, the car will not only honor Nuccio, but it will also pay homage to Bertone's design heritage in recognition of its 100th anniversary. Judging by the teaser sketches that have surfaced, the Nuccio looks to be a reinterpretation of classic wedge-shaped, mid-engined supercars from the 1970s best exemplified by the Lancia Stratos HF Zero ... and it could be one of the most interesting concept car debuts of the year.
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