- Bugatti EB110. Although the final design was not of Gandini, everything started with his pencil. The EB110 is arguably one of the most iconic sports cars ever made.
- De Tomaso Pantera. The Pantera is one of the coolest supercars ever made in the '70s. Gandini truly outdid himself when designing the De Tomaso as the car is sleek but with a distinctive and aggressive look.
- Lamborghini Miura. The Miura was for a few years in the '70s the fastest car in the world. This beautiful vehicle was designed by Gandini for Gruppo Bertone and it was the model that kicked-off the legendary dynasty of the Italian automaker.
- Lamborghini Diablo. This car was created by Lamborghini as a successor to the aging Countach. Marcello Gandini designed this car in 1987 and the Diablo was in production from 1990 until 2001.
- Alfa Romeo 33 Carabo. The Alfa Romeo Carabo concept was presented at the 1968 Paris Motor Show. It featured a wedge-shaped body that prefigured many concepts built in the early 1970s, and it was one of the very first cars equipped with scissor doors.
- Alfa Romeo Montreal. Like the Carabo, the Alfa Romeo Montreal stated life as merely a design study built for the 1967 International and Universal Exposition that took place in Montreal, Canada.
- BMW 5-Series (E12) BMW’s New Class cars are often credited for transforming the Munich-based automaker into a major player in the global auto industry and one of Mercedes’ fiercest rivals.
- Bugatti EB110. Marcello Gandini worked with engineer Paolo Stanzini to design the Bugatti EB110, a technologically-advanced coupe that revived one of the most prestigious nameplates in automotive history.
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- Audi 50. Even in his early 1970s supercar heyday, Gandini was busy working on cars from the very opposite end of the automotive spectrum. Although Volkswagen contracted Gandini’s former Bertone colleague, Gorgietto Guigiaro, to create the Golf, Scirocco and Passat, VW’s design team worked with Gandini to produce the Audi 50, which achieved greater fame as the Mk1 Polo.
- Maserati Shamal. Maserati was desperate to update its Bi-turbo in the late 1980s but didn’t have the cash to develop an all-new car so asked Gandini to work his magic.
- De Tomaso Pantera Si. The original Pantera was designed by Ghia’s Tom Tjaarda and unveiled in 1970, meaning it predated famous ‘70s wedges like the Esprit and Countach.
- Lamborghini Urraco. A year before Lamborghini took the wraps off the production version of the Gandini-designed Countach, it was pulling the covers off another much smaller wedge dreamed up by the same brain.
Designs [ edit] Gandini car designs include: Alfa Romeo Montreal concept and production version Alfa Romeo 33 Carabo  Alfa Romeo Navajo Autobianchi A112 Autobianchi A112 Runabout Bertone Pirana Bugatti EB 110 (prototypes) BMW 5 Series (E12), including the concept Garmisch in 1970 Citroën BX Citroën GS Camargue Cizeta-Moroder V16T