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Founded by Renzo Rivolta in 1953, Iso Autoveicoli SpA in the Italian town of Bresso began its work with the production of the Isetta microcar, which became famous throughout Europe due to its mass production under license by BMW.
In 1962, Renzo Rivolta refocused his business on the production of expensive GT sports cars with American V8 engines.
The most famous of these were the Iso Rivolta GT (1962-1970) and the Iso Grifo (1965-1974), designed by Giotto Bizzarrini and designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro.
After an unsuccessful attempt by the new management to create an Iso-Marlboro team and enter Formula 1 with the Iso Rivolta IR car, the company declares bankruptcy and ceases production of all models.
The oil crisis and problems with the supply of American components led to the bankruptcy of the enterprise in 1974.
By that time, about 1,700 Iso Rivolta cars had been built.
Piero Rivolta and Piero Sala attempt to revive the Iso Rivolta brand and develop the Grifo 90 front-engined supercar.
Gian Paolo Dallara was responsible for its design, and designer Marcello Gandini designed the body.
5.7-liter Callaway V8 engine with 440 hp provided a maximum speed of over 300 km / h.
The project turned out to be unpromising, and instead of the planned 200 cars per year, the company built only one prototype.