Italian coachbuilder Italdesign Giugiaro underlines its presence at the Geneva show with another teaser.
Brought into our attention for the first time a couple of weeks ago, the mystery model, penned under the close watch of Filippo Perini, the company's new boss after Audi's purchase from 2015, now reveals its name for the first time: GT Zero.
No details are available for the moment, but it seems that Italdesign's new creation will probably be a grand tourer (GT), carrying an electric motor (Zero) under what its - we guess - stylish body.
Whether it will follow on the steps of the GEA Concept, revealed last year with an appealing design and four electric motors churning out 775 PS (764 HP), or if it will be a completely new study previewing the future of the automotive industry, will be revealed on March 1, at 11:30 AM CET.
The company won't be the only Italian coachbuilder that will attend the Swiss auto event, as Mahindra-owned Pininfarina has teased a show car project at the beginning of February.