While the Bertone Nuccio concept sketches released a couple weeks ago basically showed us nothing, but the latest batch of renderings better communicate what we'll see at next month's Geneva Motor Show. Designed by Stile Bertone's Mike Robinson and named for Giuseppe "Nuccio" Bertone, the concept is based on the 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero concept, a car created under Nuccio's leadership.

At 1,220 millimeters high, the Nuccio is 7 mm taller than a Ferrari 458. It's powered by a 4.3-liter V8 making 483 horsepower, which matches the numbers for the engine going into the updated Ferrari California. If past Bertone concepts are instructive, we can expect a lot of surprises from the car when we see it in the metal.

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