COVINI B24 Turbocooler


Presented in: 1981


This sport two seater was first officially unveiled at the Geneva Show in January 1981 even though it was built at the end of 1979. Born as an experimentation mule with the purpose of testing new technologies like the new air-liquid intercooler, it was the first diesel road vehicle to exceed 200Kph. Sirio is its nickname. The vehicle saw a successful small run in the United States, with nine cars produced. Some exemplares were equipped with the Lancia Gamm engine (2500cc) and called BT 424 (see the gallery).





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