|Type||Società a responsabilità limitata|
|Founded||Turin, Italy 1987|
|Services||Styling, Engineering, Pre-Series, Testing & Validation, Industrial Design|
Fioravanti is an Italian automotive design studio in Moncalieri outside the city of Turin. The company began in 1987 as an architectural practice working on projects in Japan, and since 1991, it has focused its activities on automotive design.
Fioravanti was founded by C.E.O. Leonardo Fioravanti, who worked twenty-four years with Pininfarina on such vehicles as the Ferrari Daytona, Dino road cars, Ferrari 512 Berlinetta Boxer, the Ferrari 308 GTB, Ferrari 288 GTO and the Ferrari F40.
In more recent times the company has continued with independent creations, such as in 2004 with the Fioravanti Kite and collaborations with well-known car manufacturers such as in 2008 when the Piedmontese body shop designed the Ferrari SP1 for Ferrari. This model, made as a one-off, was the first car to come from Ferrari's "Special Projects" division, a program by Ferrari to create one-of-a-kind cars in collaboration with the most famous names in Italian design, for private clients. In 2006 the Fioravanti Skill was presented, based on the Fiat Grande Punto.