• Italy

Established in 1988, this car body manufacturer presented its first prototype in 1994, the Sensiva coupe. In 1996, the Flair coupe and the Nyce cabrio debuted, and in 1998 – the F100 coupe. In 2000, at the motor show in Turin, the firm showed two concept cars: the F100 Roadster and the Tris hatchback, at the 2001 Geneva Motor Show – the Vola cabrio, at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show – the Yak SUV, at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show – the Kyte coupe, and at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show – the Lancia Kandahar minivan based on the Lancia Ypsilon.

A very interesting collaboration happened in 2008 when Fioravanti designed a one-of-a-kind tailor-made Ferrari SP1 for a Japanese collector.