A tribute to Moto Guzzi co-founder Giovanni Ravelli, everything bar the forks and frame of the donor bike has been custom made from hand-beaten aluminium with one-off shifter and brake lever designs, with closely adherence to a ‘What would Giovanni do?’ sensibility.
This is the ‘hero’ car (the battle-scarred stunt double has since disappeared, having been sold to a salvage yard after filming).
Formerly believed to have been lost (or, worse still, scrapped like its stunt double), it’s actually belonged to the same New Jersey family since 1974 and was unveiled this week at the 2018 Detroit Motor Show, close to the 50th anniversary of the cinematic car chase that sealed its reputation.
Yours for between €2.5 and €4.0 million. Were it for sale. Which it’s not.
Meanwhile, less interestingly, Ford has announced a Bullitt-themed 2019 Mustang.
This is a real thing and it’s for sale in Woodies
The Chevrolet Genovation GXE Electric Supercar – based on the Corvette ZR1 but with the supercharged V8 petrol engine replaced by an all-electric 800bhp powertrain capable of an electric land speed record-breaking 354km/h.
Only 75 will be made but one could be yours for an as-yet unspecified sum of money