Get ready for a new Italian supercar

But it's not coming from Ferrari or Lamborghini

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Italy has been synonymous with supercars. Ferrari, Lamborghini, Pagani are the names from Italy who have been ruling the supercar world. Now, a supercar maker called Tarschi is here with a new supercar called the 'Berardo'.

If you think that Taraschi is a new supercar maker then think again, because Taraschi used to build race cars between 1947 and 1964.

In 1953, Taraschi built the Giaur 750 Champion Sport. It used the chassis from a Fiat Topolino and was powered by an engine from a BMW R75 motorcycle. This car won the Sport 750 class at the 1948 Targa Florio.

Tazio Taraschi, the son of Tarschi's founder is going to reveal a new supercar. Tazio has named the car 'Berardo' in the honor of his father. The Berardo is expected to have design cues from the Giaur 750 and will emulate the same design language.

In the teaser image, we can see daytime running lights, smooth lines and fenders on the hood of the Berardo. Taraschi will unveil the Berardo on October 7 and we can't wait to see it.

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