Aldo Brovarone is noted Italian automobile designer and the former chief stylist for Pininfarina — widely known for a prominent range of work including the Ferrari Dino GTS, Lancia Gamma Coupé and the Peugeot 504 and 504 Coupé.
Born June 24, 1926, in Vigliano Biellese, Italy's Piedmont textile region, Brovarone demonstrated artistic talent at an early age. His later studies were interrupted by WWII, after which he worked for a time as a designer at a refrigerator company.
In 1949 Brovarone worked as a graphic designer job at an advertising firm in Buenos Aires, Argentina, later working with AUTOAR (Automotores Argentinos). Brovarone returned to Italy to work with Piero Dusio of Cisitalia, who later introduced Brovarone to Battista "Pinin" Farina. Brovarone joined noted coachbuilder Carrozzeria Pinin Farina in 1952, first serving as assistant stylist to Francesco Salomone and Franco Martinengo. He subsequently took on a design leadership role, initiated with the design of the Ferrari Superamerica II, presented at the 1960 Turin Auto Show.
- Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Sport
- Alfa Romeo Eagle
- Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM Superflow (concept)
- Cisitalia 33DF Voloradente
- Ferrari 375 America Coupe Speciale (1954 for Giovanni Agnelli)
- Ferrari 400 Superamerica Coupé Aerodinamico
- Ferrari Superfast II (1960 concept)
- Ferrari 500 Superfast
- Dino Berlinetta Speciale
- Dino Berlinetta GT
- Dino 206 GT
- Ferrari 365 P Berlinetta Speciale
- Ferrari 365 GT 2+2
- Lancia Gamma Coupé
- Maserati A6GCS Pinin Farina Berlinetta
- Peugeot 504
- Peugeot 604
- Barchetta Dedica (Stola)
- Abarth Monotipo (Stola)
- Porsche S82 Spyder (Stola)
Cisitalia Type 33 DF Volo Radente
Peugeot 504 coupé cabriolet Pininfarina
Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico Coupé
Fiat Barchetta Stola Dedica
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