Carrozzeria Lombardi built numerous cars based on Fiat chassis. The most elegant and sporting model was the Lombardi Grand Prix, with production starting in 1968. The Grand Prix was created on the Fiat 850 chassis, including the rear-engined configuration. The Grand Prix was fitted with the 850's 843 cc, four-cylinder engine that produced 34 hp. Even so, Lombardi claimed a top speed of 160 km/h for the 630 kg sports car. It was sold through Fiat dealerships and was covered by the standard Fiat warranty.
Lotus [UK] 1952 - date
Elva [UK] 1955-1968/69
Elva began as a sports/racing car, powered by Coventry-Climax or Ford engines. The first road-going car was produced in 1958. This was the Courier.
The Pegaso was manufactured in Spain in the former Hispano-Suiza factory. The type Z.102 initially had a 2.5 litre V8 engine. Later on, larger engined were fitted. The final model, the Z.103 (of which only three or four were made) had 4.0-, 4.5- or 4.7-litre engines. In 1958 production of these expensive and exclusive sports cars ceased, and the company continued to concentrate on manufacturing trucks. Only 125 Pegasos were built, most of them to special order.