The cooperation with Karmann comes up with the design of a roadster with low production costs, based on 1600 Beetle mechanics.
In 1970 the dream car for Turin Motor Show is intentionally extreme in shapes and technical solutions, but anyway thought for mass- production.
It is Abarth’s last proposal before his addiction to FIAT. It was realized on the model of 1600, it had to be a coupé 2+2 intended to little series but it will always remain a prototype.
It was created to highlight the sporting successes of the 33 racers; Alfa Romeo entrusted the mechanical assembly of the 33/2 road version.
This van, of some renown in Japan, and the subsequent multi-purpose model, are part of the Japanese kei car sector.
Japanese sub-subcompacts have always been a smaller scale redesign of larger cars. In 1969 Suzuki asks Italdesign for a prototype that would broke this logic.