There is also some Internet-based information regarding the Pegaso automobile line here and here. However, there is very little other than photographs having to do with the Pegaso model that interests me the most. In fact, there seems to be no agreement even as to its name other than it was one of the Z-102 series. Besides Z-102, its name might have included "BS 2.5 Cúpola" or "Berlineta Cúpola" or just "Cúpola."
It is also unclear who styled it. Some sources credit Italian coachbuilders, others suggest that Pegaso designed and built it in-house. I have been saying "it" having for years assumed that it was a one-off, but several sources indicate that two cars of the design were actually built.
What matters is that the Pegaso under discussion has a design that was astonishing when it first appeared more than 60 years ago and that continues to astonish (me, anyway) even now. This is not to say the design is a great one, but it's a good one with the ability to fascinate as well as astonish.
Let's take a look.