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We seek simplicity, in order to create excellence.

What is beauty? How should it be defined?
What are the real secrets of something whose charm goes beyond technical considerations?

Since 1968 Italdesign Giugiaro has been devoted to the pursuit of functional, ergonomic design aimed at improving user experience. And everyday life.



That thin red line. Timeless design for an object with two eyes: one that looks upon the outside world and one with an inward gaze (the essence of the photographer).

Gabriele Salvatores

NIKON, 1974



The car that became a milestone in automotive history and marked a new beginning for Volkswagen.

GOLF, 1974



The Italian high-speed train is sleek and streamlined on the outside, comfortable and technological inside.

FRECCIARGENTO,
2006



A brand-new car concept: efficient, fast, suitable for any terrain to celebrate Italdesign Giugiaro's 45th anniversary.

PARCOUR, 2013



Investing a working tool with expressiveness, while at the same time addressing its ergonomic and functional aspects.

Giugiaro Design wins the
sixth Compasso d'Oro award
for the Deutz-Fahr 7250 TTV Agrotron tractor.

  • S12

    Light design and compact dimensions for the perfect espresso, anytime, anywhere.
  • Astron Giugiaro Design Limited Edition

    The Astron GPS Solar Chronograph is the ideal sports watch for the global traveller. The case back carries the marking “Giugiaro Design Limited Edition”
  • Clipper

    Clipper is the result of a study in style and engineering focusing on tomorrow's world and cities: this sporty MPV has a technological spirit and a green heart.
  • Gea

    World-premiered during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, Gea is Italdesign Giugiaro's vision for luxury mobility in 2025
  • D4

    Designed to push the limits and realize every shooting opportunity, this new professional FX-format camera brings new levels of image quality.

GEA: the future of luxury mobility

Based on the "Piloted Driving" technology outlook for the future, Gea is a new concept for the automobiles: the focus shifts from the driver to the back passengers, with an app you can control the car and transform its cockpit.

The design that works

The Megagamma and the born of the monovolume, the Alfa Romeos of the '70s and '80s, the BMW M1 - the sole case of in house-production - and the VW icons. All of them narrated in first person by Giorgetto Giugiaro in a web serie dedicated to the history of automobile, according to Italdesign Giugiaro.  

Beauty comes down to mathematics.
When designing a car? You don't start from emotions.
Giorgetto Giugiaro