The Frigerio brothers - small independent car makers from Verano Brianza - have built a vintage car from scratch: from the tubular shell to the aluminium car body designed by an expert craftsman and the best mechanical components suited to the design.
This company's driving force is passion and the deep-seated feeling that the glorious days of motorsports in the 50s and 60s are too beautiful to let go of.
EffeEffe features no electronics; there's no modern technology, except for the safety devices (i.e. the brakes and suspensions but, interestingly, not the ABS) and the laser cut of the tubular components of the frame. Every detail on every single piece is assembled, made or welded entirely by hand.
The great attention to detail in the design, and the driving experience, the solid and refined mechanical perfection of the very few EffeEffe Berlinetta models in circulation are therefore an unconditional tribute to the past − a serene, marvellous and genuine antidote to the present.
in: CARS AND MOTORS TODAY