Sleek, speedy and sustainable are three words we’d use to describe Italian coachbuilder Bertone’s brand-new supercar, the GB110. Why? Because the ferocious 1100hp-generating engine beneath its very stylish, very shiny exterior runs on a proprietary renewable fuel made from upcycled plastic trash.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Bertone brand, its proud history began in Grugliasco, northern Italy, circa 1912 as a car manufacturer. The company eventually went bankrupt in 2014, before being acquired and passing through a number of hands until it reached its current owners Mauro and Jean-Franck Ricci, who subsequently reignited the brand as a coachbuilder of ultra-high-end sportscars.