An evolution of the Medici I, shown at the Turin Motor Show in 1974, it is a luxury sedan hatchback for high-end market.

Compared to the Medici I, the Medici II is more proportioned.

The nose of the first version leaves room for a more harmonious development and emphasized by two large rectangular headlights (rather than hidden) and the adoption of a true radiator grille. 

Interiors are fully restyled, the two backwards-facing seats disappeared and two actual chairs separated by a wide arm-rest substituted the rear sofa.

Two cabinets containing typical limousine accessories (bar, refrigerator, desk, file holder) find lodging behind the front seatback.

The car is equipped with a television and a radiophone, at that time both truly “futurable” for a car.



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