In 1956, Renault introduced the world to the Dauphine, a rear-engined economy car that succeeded the pint-sized successful post-war 4CV. With its remarkably small size, beautiful aesthetics, and fantastic practicality, it was an immediate success, having sold more than two million units by the time production ended 11 years later. Despite building so many, however, chances are that you’ve never even seen one until now. At least, what remains of it.
While “Brian Scotto” may not be a household name in the automotive world, as few names are, there’s little-to-no chance that you’re entirely unfamiliar with his work. As the Creative Director behind BJ Baldwin’s “Recoil” videos, and better yet, Ken Block’s “Gymkhana” series, there’s no doubt that nearly everyone has had the chance to see where his talents lie.