Chevrolet Corvette Rondine
Back in 1963, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray stunned the global automotive audience with its fantastic design, sharp edges, split window feature, and brutal performance. It was the epitome of an American sports car at its finest. However, in Turin, Italy the talented designers at Pininfarina thought they could do it better.
So, in cooperation with Chevrolet, they got the chance to prove themselves. The result was the Corvette Rondine, a fully operational and usable concept car from 1963 that debuted at the Paris Motor Show. Since Chevrolet commissioned the car, it graced the General Motors stand. And best of all, they equipped it with a 327 or 360 V8 engine, four-speed manual and disc brakes.