Iconic Cars of the 20th and the Designers Behind Them

Introduced to the world at the 1985 Paris Auto Show, the Testarossa was immediately hailed as a design classic. The Tesstarossa was designed by the Italian design house Pininfarina and was the first Ferrari to be given a proper name since the Ferrari racing cars of the 1960s. The design team consisted of several designers including Ian Cameron, Guido Campoli, Diego Ottina, Emanuele Nicosia and Chief Designer Leonardo Fiorvanti (pictured above).