Aldo  Brovarone

By Wouter Melissen

May 6th, 2021

The Master Designer

Aldo Brovarone was responsible for the design of some of the most iconic show and production cars ever made.

There was no mention of his name on any of these cars; they simply wore the badge of Pinin Farina (known as Pininfarina from 1961 onwards).

Brovarone worked for the Italian carrozzeria from 1952 through to his retirement in 1988. From 1974, he was the company’s design manager.

Among his most famous designs for Pininfarina are the Ferrari Dino 246 GT, Peugeot 504 Coupe, and Lancia Gamma Coupe.

Following his retirement from Pininfarina, Brovarone offered his talents to Stola and StudioTorino into the mid-2000s.