The Double Bubble became one of three distinct model from the the 750 Zagato. Dubble Bubble being one of the models, Sestriere and Record Monza were known as the other two. The famous “double bubble” design distinct in its own right. With a roof and trunk sporting two “humps”, the body design was hard to ignore. Having an all aluminum body and up right tail lights, the 750 Zagato provided driving and speed with a 43 CV engine. The Abarth 750 Zagato was based on the Fiat 600, a popular compact car that was produced by the Italian car manufacturer from 1955 to 1969. Abarth, which was a tuning and racing company founded by Carlo Abarth in 1949, specialized in performance upgrades for Fiats, and they saw the potential to turn the humble Fiat 600 into a capable racing car. The Abarth 750 Zagato was developed in collaboration with the Italian coachbuilder Zagato, which was known for its lightweight and aerodynamic designs. The car featured a modified version of the Fiat 600’s engine, which had been tuned to produce more power, as well as a lightweight body made from aluminum and other lightweight materials. The “double bubble” roof design was one of the most distinctive features of the Abarth 750 Zagato. The two small bulges in the roof were designed to accommodate the helmets of the driver and passenger, as well as provide additional headroom for taller drivers. The roof design also helped to improve the car’s aerodynamics by reducing drag and improving stability at high speeds.