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Bizzarrini SpA was founded in Livorno by the talented Italian engineer Giotto Bizzarrini, who previously worked on Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Iso Rivolta sports cars.
In 1964 he built the Iso Grifo A3/C racing prototype and decided to put it into series production.
In order not to share the profits with Renzo Rivolta, Bizzarrini renamed the supercar the Bizzarrini 5300 GT.
In 1966 a second smaller model appeared, the Bizzarrini Europa.
Having invested all the funds in high-tech developments and participation in Le Mans, Bizzarrini could not properly organize the business and went bankrupt in 1969, having produced less than 200 cars.
In the 90s and 2000s. several concepts were built under the Bizzarrini brand, but none went on sale.
Bizzarrini, in collaboration with designers from the University of La Sapienza in Rome, creates one of the first hybrid sports cars.
The Bizzarrini Kjara, shown at the 2000 Turin Motor Show, was equipped with a 2. 5-liter 5-cylinder Lancia turbodiesel and a 54 hp electric motor.
The roadster was made in a single copy.
Kevin Gallaghan and Cobra International enlisted the help of Giotto Bizzarrini to design a new interpretation of the Bizzarrini P538 based on the Arbitrage GT sports car's nearly all carbon fiber platform.
The result of their joint work was a 2-seat mid-engined prototype with a Barchetta body, equipped with a 7-liter Corvette LS7 engine.
Gallaghan planned to produce a series of 100 cars, but the Arbitrage GT project never came to fruition.