The 1980s was a great era for exotic cars. Ferrari had the bold Testarossa and the turbocharged F40, Porsche launched the innovative 959, and Lamborghini was still improving the Countach while also working on the Diablo, which arrived in 1990. Bugatti, a name that had disappeared in the early 1960s, returned to the market after Italian entrepreneur Romano Arioli acquired the brand in 1987. Claudio Zampolli was another Italian that that entered the supercar business in the 1980s. An ex-Ferrari dealer, Zampolli teamed up with Giorgio Moroder, a music producer often credited with pioneering synth disco and electronic music, and established Cizeta Automobili.