Carrozzeria Marazzi is an Italian coachbuilding company founded in 1967 and is located in Caronna Pertusella, outside Milano.
The company was established by Mario Marazzi and employees from the then bankrupt Carrozzeria Touring of Milano. Marazzi first completed the Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 series, which was followed by a series of 125 Lamborghini Islero (1967), and the first few of the Lamborghini Jarama (1970). Next came eighteen Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (1967), a few Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuvo Promiscua (1973), two Alfa Romeo 90 station wagon prototypes (designed by the Auto Capital magazine, 1985) and a Fiat Punto Cabrio Wagon Bricò prototype (1994). Marazzi also made various hearses, based on Mercedes-Benz in the 1990s, and are still associated with the automotive industry.