Established by Alfredo and Maria Paola Stola and Marco Goffi on 1 January 2005, STUDIOTORINO aims to design cars and create one-off sports car bodies. Unique handcrafted "ad personam" pieces or in limited editions, for those who see in cars their three-dimensional expression of dreams and emotions.
Alfredo's wish for 2019 is to be able to celebrate his family's 100 years of work in the Automobile industry.
For Studiotorino, also the study of Classic Cars is of great interest, In particular the historic concept cars created over the years by the illustrious masters of the industry.
STUDIOTORINO creates one-off for clients and collectors who share a passion for custom-built sport cars. Top-notch mechanics and meticulous handcrafted bodywork are the perfect combination for making "fine sports cars". The cars are built one at a time, piece by piece, in the finest Turin tradition. Additional technical support is provided by the best sponsors and partners.
The company's strategy relies on its organizational conception. It seeks partnerships with top-notch craftsmen and collaborates with the most prestigious names in the automotive field. Collaboration with the most renowned design schools and important projects with illustrious universities make STUDIOTORINO a point of reference for young students who have a special passion for automobiles.
Studiotorino also provides 'advisor' consultancy to primary brand operators.
Alfredo Stola 's 25 years of work experience in the model and show car sector and his close partnership with leading car builders is the guarantee that STUDIOTORINO will provide its passionate clients state-of-the-art technology and refined craftsmanship one-off sports cars.
Over the years, Alfredo has had the occasion to meet and establish relationships with some of the most extraordinary men in the automobile industry.
One of them was Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, during the construction of the two Cayenne "style models" for "Porsche Design" in Zeel am See in Austria between 1998 and 1999.
Years later, these extraordinary meetings in his historic office inspired my creation of studiotorino in 2005. Our first projects were based on the Porsche tipe 987 Boxster and Cayman.
Since January 2005, with STUDIOTORINO, Alfredo has combined his personal creativity and human and technological know-how to produce exclusive sports auto bodies that, just like show cars, are destined to remain unique and unrepeatable. They are entirely handcrafted and can satisfy the personal demands of every enthusiast.
Friendships and personal relationships born from a pure and shared passion are strong and on going. Men from the automobile industry, passionate people, and in particular "style and engineering masters" are an example and an uninterrupted source of inspiration for Studiotorino.
On June 16, 2005 in Turin at the Museo dell' Automobile Biscaretti di Ruffia, with the presentation of its first prototypes, RK and R Spyder, STUDIOTORINO completed its first creative cycle and officially gave way to the upon-request production of the first "One Off" based on the Porsche Boxster my 2005 type 987.
On August 18, 2006 in California, as a natural evolution of the project, STUDIOTORINO presented the RK Coupé at the "Quail Lodge" in Carmel, starting on this occasion the upon request production of the second "One Off" model based on the Porsche Cayman my 2006 type 987.
On February 8, 2008 STUDIOTORINO started a second creative cycle. The "Scrigno Tesori d'Italia" exhibition in Rome provided the occasion to present the Maserati "Cinqueporte" and Fiat 500 PEPITA born as style, trim and colour project commissioned by Studio M.
An exclusive station wagon with a sporty character and a small car rich in detail.
Both custom-built cars as in our tradition with the support of the technical Parnters Salt Gavina, ADM and Daniele Gagione
September 5th, 2008, On behalf of STUDIOTORINO, Gianfranco Gavina (Salt), organized a meeting at the Hotel George V in Paris, Present were HRH Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed bin Talal Al Saud, Alfredo Stola and the stylist Daniele Gaglione.
The prince requested two styling studies for a possible "One Off", to be realized on a chassis from an Audi R8 or Bugatti Veyron.
The following October 16th , in order to examine the progress of the project taking place in Turin, Alfredo Stola organized a visit in Maserati and Ferrari to meet Harald Wester, CEO of Maserati.
An unforgettable day, two extraordinary events, especially the Turin –Modena- Maranello return trip aboard the Prince's personal Bugatti Veyron
On December 22nd the final presentation of the drawings took place in Turin; a project appreciated by the prince but remaining a paper exercise. It was however, an important experience and the start of interesting relationship.