Flaminio Bertoni

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Not to be confused with Bertone (disambiguation).

Flaminio Bertoni (Masnago, Italy, 10 January 1903 - Paris, France, 7 February 1964) was an automobile designer from the years preceding World War II until his death in 1964. Before his work in industrial design, Bertoni was a sculptor. Working at Citroën for decades, Bertoni designed the Traction Avant (1934), 2CV, the H van, the DS, and the Ami 6. The DS was often exhibited at industrial design showcases, such as the 1957 Milan Triennial Exposition.

Recently the Province of Varese dedicated a museum to his memory.[1][2] It opened in May 2007.

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