The Intermeccanica Veltro was a concept car designed by Franco Scaglione in 1966.
It was a one-off prototype and was shown at one of the Motor Shows. It was very elongated, with a diminutive Vanwall-esque air intake. It featured longitudinal slots in the hood as air extracts.
It was fitted with a mundane engine (British Ford 106E) and the top speed was 124 mph.
This car was similar to that of Frank Costin's Amigo of 1970.
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