The year was 2009 and the now defunct Italian design house known as Stile Bertone took a C6 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 and turned it into a one-off creation. The result was this Bertone Mantide, and it's for sale, again. The Mantide will cross the auction block in Scottsdale, Arizona, on January 15 in search of a new home. The car was the vision of an American named Jason Castriota, who at the time was in charge of design at Bertone. Its history is full of color ranging from being a show car at Auto Shanghai and a Best in Supercar Class winner at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering to being...
Project M supercar revealed as Corvette ZR1-based Mantide
Giving brilliant people free rein to build their dreams has led to some of the best designs in automotive history, no small portion of which were penned by people working for Stile Bertone. Ex-Pininfarina designer and now head of Stile Bertone Jason Castriota is one of those people. He's also the...Jeremy Weber