Introduced in October 1972, the Berlinetta was designed to appeal to those seeking the ultimate in Manta A series luxury.
It had the 1.9S engine, a vinyl roof, a sunroof (Webasto or steel), nylon cloth upholstery, sports wheels, headrests, driver's door mirror, rubber strips on the bumper, and a rev counter instead of a clock.
The cloth interiors are highly prone to sun damage and excessive wear; frequently they are replaced with plain black vinyl SR or Deluxe interiors.
- 1900cc engine as standard (1600cc optional)
- Colour coded velour interior with imitation wood cappings on the door and rear quarters
- Colour coded headlining & sun visors
- Colour coded carpet
- Colour coded boot carpet
- Colour coded vinyl roof
- Full-width rubber inserts on front and rear bumpers
- Sports steering wheel
- Dashboard tachometer (rev counter)
- H1 Halogen headlamps
- 13 x 5.5J Sports wheels (rostyles)
- 185/70HR 13 tyres
- "Berlinetta" script badge on front wings
- "1900" badge on front wings
- 3.44 - 1 rear axle
Colour combinations for the Berlinetta
|Body Colour||Interior Trim||Vinyl Roof Cover|
|Monza Blue||Dark Blue||Dark Blue|
|Cosmos Blue||Dark Blue||Dark Blue|
Edited by mantaray