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Italian business with its origins in refrigerators and heaters, then called Isothermos, bought by Renzo Rivolta in 1939, before branching into scooters and motorcycles after World War II, and the diminutive Isetta car in 1952, which was also built under licence by BMW. Rivolta believed there was room for a luxury sports car, and showed his GT in 1962, with other supercars following, using the formula of an American V8 coupled with Italian styling. The fuel crisis saw an end to Iso Rivolta’s cars.






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