“After fifty years and some hundreds of cars, just one was missing”, says Giorgetto Giugiaro to explain the GG50, the Ferrari he presented at the Tokyo Show and with which he celebrates his half century in the design business. The name of the car, based on the 612 Scaglietti, is significant: GG50, where GG stands for Giorgetto Giugiaro, 50 the career goal he has reached. All the mechanicals stayed the same but the body is all new and has been modified to a sleeker and sexier look. The other element that largely determines the new image is the decided tapering of the four corners that soften the contours of the car from above and that offer in three-quarter view a more compact feeling. The interior, which retains the same instrumentation but not the same dashboard as the 612 Scaglietti has been re-arranged ergonomically by working on a full-sized dummy.