Pininfarina reveals the first full images of the Sergio, a two-seat open sports car

Pininfarina is set to unveil its Sergio concept car at the Geneva motor show.

A tribute to its former chairman, Sergio Pininfarina, the Sergio is a one-off two-seat sports car which is claimed to "renew the spirit of the extraordinary achievements born under Sergio Pininfarina's guide".

Pininfarina was the famous car designer whose success spanned six decades, from the Lancia Aurelia Spider of the 1950s to the Ferrari 458 Italia of 2009.

No other details have yet been revealed about the car.

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4 March 2013

This reminds me of the Hotwheels or Matchbox model cars we had as children back in the day!

Nice idea and look forward to seeing more of it. 

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