PIAZZA Model JR130


It was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the designer of the 117 Coupe.

PIAZZA unveiled as Asso di Fiori (meaning “Ace of clubs” in Italian) at the 1979 Geneva Motor Show and attracted attention with its splendid, beautiful and elegant design.

The styling featured an impeccable flush surface and wedge-shape form that combined aerodynamics and riding comfort.

Some of PIAZZA’s advanced features were the world’s first memory tilt steering, variable multi-adjustable seats with quick-adjust mechanism, semi-tractable headlamps, digital meters and a satellite switch.


Engine model G200
Type Water-cooled inline 4-cylinder
Displacement 1,949 cc
Maximum output 135 PS (99 kW)
Fuel Gasoline
Overall length 4,310 mm
Overall width 1,655 mm
Overall height 1,300 mm
Wheelbase 2,440 mm
Complete vehicle curb weight 1,190 kg
Riding capacity 5 people


1979 Rome Concours d’Elegance, PEGASO AWARD

1981 TVK TV Station’s 1981 New Car Information of the Year, Grand Prize

1987 Good Design Award Grand Prize in the Transportation Equipment Segment

Origin of a name

PIAZZA means “plaza” in Italian, and the name was chosen in the hope that the car’s wide values would be a leading “plaza” in the auto industry in the 1980s.


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