The first Bugatti by Giugiaro was a classic of car design: a two-seater, mid-engined coupé based on technical drawings of Bugatti mechanics.
This car, developed in conjunction with Seat, was the proposed future mid-range car for the Spanish manufacturer: it entered production in 1991 as the Seat Toledo.
Electronic video door phone featuring extremely modern, uncluttered design.
The Aquaviva washing machine features understated graphics and also design traits that enhance the surface.
A licensing agreement between Giugiaro Design and Ace for the marketing in Japan of leather articles branded Giugiaro Design dates back to 1989.
Updating the look of a product with a century's success behind it was a very ticklish problem to solve: it's "evolution in tradition".