Bertone Nuccio Prototype Could be Sold for $2.6 Million

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At the Auto China 2012 in Beijing, Bertone showed a one-off working prototype of the Niccio Concept. The rakish car was previously shown at the Geneva Motor Show in March, but that was only a plastic and resin shell.
Now though, a prototype has been built and Bertone probably wants to increase its status by selling it.

"We are currently in close negotiations with a Chinese collector who wants to buy the Nuccio," Bertone CEO Marco Filippa told Automotive News Europe at the auto show, adding that the asking price is at €2 million ($2.64 million at the current exchange rate).

The sale of the car that marks the company’s 100th anniversary is expected to take place after the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, in Monterrey, California, in August.

Technical details about the car have not been revealed yet, but it’s believed to be based on the Ferrari 430 and powered by a 4.3-liter V8 with 480 PS.
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