Bertone will show the Slim, the long, narrow, two-seat minivan already seen at Geneva. This time it will feature an electric motor.
Fioravanti will unveil the F100r, the roadster derived from the F100 coupe shown at the previous Turin show. Fioravanti will also show the Tris, a compact vehicle designed to reduce the complexity of building a car. It has fewer components than a conventional vehicle and is aimed at developing countries.
Ghia, Ford's Turin-based advanced design house, will show a new interpretation of the Ka - a coupe/spider called Sports Ka.
Italdesign will unveil a basic sport-utility called the Touareg. Proposals for a minivan and city car will be presented in Italdesign's 'virtual reality showroom.'
Pininfarina's Rossa is a two-seat barchetta based on the Ferrari 550 Maranello. It's a pure piece of design research, says Pininfarina, and is unrelated to the 550 Maranello barchetta that Ferrari will launch later this year.
Stola Gruppo will unveil its third concept car. It was designed by one of the great Italian designers, Marcello Gandini. This rakish two-seat coupe is said to be a modern interpretation of one of Gandini's best-remembered cars, the 1971 Stratos HF.
DSN, a Turin-based network of small companies, will unveil the Tesi Uno. It's a sporty hatchback penned by Emanuele Nicosia of Bee Studio. The car has interchangeable modules to allow front- and mid-engined layouts. The structure was created by Mauro Forghieri, former Ferrari and Lamborghini's chief Formula 1 engineer. Forghieri now works for Modena-based Oral Engineering.
Maggiora and OPAC will show small electric vehicles.
Bertone Slim features electric motor.: Fioravanti Tris shows simpler, cheaper construction options.: DSN Tesi Uno was developed by ex-Ferrari F1 chief Mauro Forghieri.: Fioravanti F100r lifts the lid off the F100 coupe.: Italdesign Touareg is among the more extreme SUV designs.: Pininfarini Rossa is a design experiment based on the Ferrari 550.