About Us

L.I.T.L.A. was founded by Giacomo Griffa early in 1952, when the Torinobased company specialized in handmade bodywork for prototype automobiles, turning out body shells for many of the post-war period’s first and most famous cars: the Lancia B20 with body designed by Ghia, the entire Cisitalia series, and the celebrated Fiat 850 Vignale. But the new needs of a burgeoning market gradually made hand production a thing of the past: ever quick to respond to change, Litla was one of the first companies to produce prototypes using resin dies.