Grifo 90 Concept
The legendary Iso Grifo from the ’60s and early ’70s left an everlasting mark on the industry. So in 1990, Pietro Rivolta, the son of the founder, presented the Grifo 90 concept. They built it on a Corvette C4 chassis with a special new body Marcello Gandini, the renowned stylist designed. Unfortunately, serious financial problems forced the cancelation of the project.
Soon, the Grifo 90 was forgotten. And that is a big shame since the Grifo 90 used the Corvette C4 ZR1 running gear and chassis. This meant it had 405 under the hood and brutal performance numbers. The Iso Grifo body was even a bit lighter than the Corvette, which improved its top speed.