Bertone Corvair Testudo

From Bertone press:  The Testudo was driven to and presented at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show by Nuccio Bertone himself. Designed and built in just two months, it revealed a revolutionary and brave concept, with defiant innovations. The car was based on the floorpan and machanics of the Chevrolet Corvair, the provocative sports grand tour displayed a very futuristic architecture. The totally transparent one piece windscreen and roof cover, tilts forward to allow access into the cockpit. The large wrap around rear windo hinges upward allowing easy access and maintenance to the rear mounted engine and the flush fitting headlights are retractable.

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