Giuseppe Bertone, called “Nuccio”, (July 4, 1914, Turin, Piedmont – February 26, 1997, Turin) was a famed automobile designer and constructor. He took over Carrozzeria Bertone from his father, Giovanni after World War II, growing the small business to a carbuilding and designing powerhouse. He has always been supporting his talent farm selecting youngster  talents with no experience and transforming them into giants like Giorgetto Giugiaro and Marcello Gandini. He designed Alfas, Fiats, Ferraris and Lamborghinis such as the Miura and the Countach. In 2006, Bertone was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame in Detroit.

In the Automobili Lamborghini’s factory Museum it is possible to admire some of his works of art.