In the '60s, the Giulietta family had something in store for everyone. While the Berlina and Promiscua were best suited for the large families and the Spider appealed more to "la Mamma", the Sprint had a very distinctive sporty identity. And while some "sport" versions of mass-produced automobiles offered little more than fancy badges and red striping, the Sprint was equipped with Bertone's legendary design.
Although it looks like a small car, one could easily fit two adults and three children into this compact family coupé.
With its two twin-choke carburetors, compression ratio of 9:1, 90hp and a top speed of 185 km/h, the Giulietta Sprint Veloce allowed every Italian father to be a reasonable family man all the while feeling like a true gentleman racer.
This specific Sprint Veloce left the factory in 1962, and it still sports its original color "Blu Tornado". Some nice period details, like the original Autovox radio and stickers on the windscreen and in the engine compartment, show that its previous owners have always taken loving care of it.
Its original Veloce engine invites sportive driving, do you accept the invitation?