The Lombardi Grand Prix is a small sports car based on the Fiat 850 chassis, produced in between 1968 and 1972. It was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in Geneva in March 1968. The car has a very low bonnet with electric flip-up headlights and a single windscreen wiper. The bodywork was all steel except for the rear panel. It was sold as a 2-seater coupe and roadster with the engine located in the front and rear-wheel drive.

The original model was powered by a 0.85-litre engine with 37 hp (27 kW), which was mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. Low air resistance and weight of 630 kg ensured that the car should have been able to reach a speed of 160 km/h. Later, the engine power was increased to 47 hp (35 kW).