Giotto's Debut: The 2024 Bizzarrini Giotto marks a significant milestone in the world of hyper GTs, representing the latest masterpiece from Bizzarrini.
Designer's Legacy: Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son Fabrizio at GFG Style, this car rekindles a 60-year-old partnership between Giugiaro and the Bizzarrini brand.
Visual Evolution: The Giotto draws inspiration from classic Bizzarrini models, notably featuring a reimagined frontal character and iconic center-mounted badge.
Elegant Profile: The car's profile is characterized by a reinterpretation of the signature triangular B-pillar and a seamlessly cascading rear windscreen.
Powerhouse Engine: Beneath the curved rear screen lies the exclusive Bizzarrini V12 engine, engineered for both performance and compliance with global regulations.
Tribute in Displacement: In homage to Giotto Bizzarrini, the engine boasts a 6626cc capacity, reflecting his birthdate on 6th June 1926.
Aerodynamic Mastery: The Giotto prioritizes performance through form, featuring Formula One-inspired front splitters, rear diffuser, and an integrated rear wing.
Cutting-Edge Construction: The car utilizes state-of-the-art materials and manufacturing techniques, including a carbon fiber body structure.
Upcoming Testing: The Giotto is set to undergo on-road testing in late 2024, led by Bizzarrini CTO Chris Porritt and his experienced team.
Leadership Transition: As Bizzarrini enters a new phase, Julian Jenkins takes the helm as CEO from November 1st, 2023, overseeing future car deliveries and brand expansion, supported by Ian Fenton and Dr. Ulrich Bez.
Bizzarrini unveils its latest masterpiece in the world of hyper GTs: the 2024 Bizzarrini Giotto. After meticulous aerodynamic analysis to validate the stunning Giugiaro-designed aesthetics, we now proudly reveal the Giotto, along with exclusive details about Bizzarrini's V12 powerhouse. This marks a significant milestone on the road to delivering the Giotto to customers in early 2026.
Named after the visionary founder, Giotto Bizzarrini, this exceptional creation is designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son Fabrizio at GFG Style in Turin, Italy. This partnership rekindles a 60-year legacy when Giorgetto, during his time at Bertone, contributed to the iconic Bizzarrini 5300 GT's design. Now, their refined touch on the bespoke carbon fiber body of the Giotto brings forth a spiritual successor that seamlessly blends beauty, performance, and practicality.
The Giotto is a harmonious fusion of past and present, capturing the essence of legendary Bizzarrini models while reimagining them for the modern era. The iconic dual bonnet vents from the original Bizzarrinis are reimagined into a new focal point at the front. The ultra-slim LED headlights converge in the center, cradling the distinctive center-mounted Bizzarrini badge, just as on the 5300 GT.
In profile, the Giotto showcases a reimagination of the 5300GT’s signature triangular B-pillar and a gracefully cascading rear windscreen, creating a visually stunning effect as it merges with the wheel arches. Positioned as a rear-mid-engined marvel, the Giotto's aggressive stance visually conveys the immense power delivered through its rear wheels.
Under the elegantly curved rear screen lies the exclusive Bizzarrini V12 engine, a result of collaboration with Cosworth. This naturally aspirated V12 complies with global regulations and emissions standards while promising an unparalleled driving experience. In a fitting tribute to Giotto Bizzarrini, the engine boasts a 6626cc capacity, commemorating his birthdate on 6th June 1926.
The spirit of Giotto Bizzarrini continues to inspire this supercar, not only in its powertrain but also in its pursuit of aerodynamic efficiency. Drawing from his innovative work on the legendary Ferrari 250-based 'bread van,' the technical and design teams behind the Giotto prioritize performance through pure form. Formula One-inspired dihedral front splitters and a rear diffuser, along with an integrated fixed rear wing, ensure the right downforce for every driving condition.
Giotto Bizzarrini was renowned for pushing the boundaries of engineering. Today, the Giotto follows suit, employing cutting-edge materials and construction techniques. With its carbon fiber skin and body structure, it leverages technologies developed in top-tier motorsport.
The Giotto is set to commence on-road testing in late 2024, under the expert guidance of Bizzarrini CTO, Chris Porritt. Chris, with his extensive technical experience gained at Aston Martin, Tesla, Apple, and Rimac, leads a team of automotive veterans. This includes CEO Julian Jenkins, with three decades of senior-level experience across luxury automotive brands like Jaguar, Porsche, Bentley, Aston Martin, and Rolls Royce.
As deliveries of the 5300 GT Corsa Revival continue and the Giotto project takes shape, Bizzarrini enters an exciting new phase. Julian Jenkins assumes the role of Chief Executive Officer from November 1st, 2023, overseeing future car deliveries and the brand's expansion. Ian Fenton, instrumental in the brand's resurgence, will continue as an advisor, alongside Dr. Ulrich Bez, former CEO of Aston Martin with senior engineering roles at BMW and Porsche