Throughout the year you have the opportunity to admire two Zagato models in the museum: an Alfa 2600 in the Sport & Competition zone and a Lancia Hyena in the media zone.
The Hyena is the masterpiece of two young entrepreneurs, Paul Koot and Andrea Zagato. Their wish was to build a limited series based on a Lancia Delta Integrale EVO 2. At the end of February 1992, Fiat Auto gave them permission to build 75 Hyena cars on the rolling chassis of a Delta Integrale EVO 2.
It can be described as an artisanal company, and quite rightly so. With coachwork of renown for the last century, the Zagato company was created in Milan in 1919 by Ugo Zagato.Exactly one hundred years ago.
To celebrate this centenary, Autoworld has brought together fifteen or so historic models of the make, some of which are quite exceptional. Among these an Alfa Romeo 1750 (1932), a Lancia Appia, Flaminia and a Fulvia Zagato, an Alfa Romeo Junior Z and a TZ, an Aston Martin DB4, a Nissan Stelvio…
Since ten years, on each odd year, Autoworld organises a biennale exhibition, scenically produced and with in-depth media coverage to end the year on a high note. No longer a question of celebrating the anniversary of one or other make, but to create an atmosphere, a décor… a dream, focussing on the most beautiful, the most legendary or the most representative cars to bring it all to life.
For this coming end of year, we will be crossing the Channel and heading to the United Kingdom. The “So British!, cars & lifestyle” exhibition promises to be an unforgettable immersion into the world of a nation that has seen the birth of an impressive number of mythical motorcars!