Marcello Gandini (Turin, 26 August 1938) is an Italian designer. He designed many of the most beautiful cars of Italy since the mid-'60s.
Although most of his creative ability was used in the design of cars, was well as industrial design and interior decoration.
He was chief designer of Bertone until 1980 when the left to devote himself to the freelance designers. Succeeded contemporary Giorgetto Giugiaro, the body Bertone, he drew the most appreciated Italian sport of the'60s and'70s, including the famous Lamborghini Miura, the Alfa Romeo Montreal, Lancia Stratos, Fiat X1/9 and the Lamborghini Countach.
Small, little mentioned, but also significant collaboration between Wilson and Innocenti in Milan, who in 1974 led to the presentation of the new Mini 90/120, cars - in various mechanical changes but with a body essentially unchanged - remained in production for well 19 years, a tangible sign of design "evergreen" and can resist well to fashions and trends temporary.
He has designed many classic automobiles, including:
Gandini designed many classic automobiles, including, but not limited to: