The revival failed to yield more than a few prototype cars. All had rear-mounted V-8 motors, rear engines having been considered inevitable by 1930s futurists. The first prototype had its radiators in the rear, but it was later converted to front radiator layout that the other cars were given.
I-F previously marketed types 8, 8A, and 8B, so the postwar car was branded Tipo 8C with the name Monterosa added. Its Wikipedia entry is here and other information is here.