A year has passed since the disappearance of Aldo Brovarone, doyen of car designers who over the course of his professional career has created a series of masterpieces including the Maserati A6GCS / 53 and the Dino Berlinetta Speciale. To pay homage to his memory, nine specimens of Lancia Gamma Coupè from the 777 collection by Andrea Levy. The same cars were the protagonists of the parade which started from the headquarters of the Torino Heritage association in Sant’Ambrogio, passed through the center of Rivoli and arrived right at the MAUTO.
Each of these examples of Lancia Gamma Coupè boasts one of the chromatic combinations foreseen by the original model: as mentioned, all nine of these units have been placed on display for the public who will be able to admire them until 24 October and get to know, through their lines and colors, the art created by the master Aldo Brovarone. In the evening of celebration of this character, which took place right at the MAUTO, a series of illustrious figures in the world of automotive and car design: from Paolo Pininfarina, who recalled how Aldo Brovarone was the first person he met and worked with on the first day of the internship in Cambiano, to Enrico Fumia, Leonardo Fioravanti, Lorenzo Ramaciotti, Diego Ottina, Fabio Filippini, Giancarlo Perini, Ercole Spada and Paolo Martin, passing through Giuliano Silli, biographer of the Maestro, and Enrico Masala, executive in charge of the Lancia brand during the years of the Lancia Gamma Coupé, just to name a few.
Also present was Aldo Brovarone’s nephew, Cesare, who shared private memories together with Alfredo Stola, who collaborated with Brovarone for the creation of prototypes including the Stola Dedica and the Ruf RKSpyder Studiotorino, present on the car display for the celebration alongside the Dino 246 GTS and the 1974 Lancia Beta Spider. “We wanted to remember and celebrate Aldo Brovarone with the affection and passion that he has shared with all of us over the years: the journey with all the Lancia Gamma Coupés was great, it was special to leave them to guide the journalists and bring them to the public and among the friends of Aldo, in an evening full of memories. Aldo would have been happy“, commented Andrea Levy.