Fiat has long been one of Italy's largest industrial companies, and not just in vehicle manufacturing. Fiat was founded back in 1899 by Giovanni Agnelli and Count Roberto Biscaretti, building cars from a factory in Ceirano. Fiat cars have ranged from luxury and grand touring designs in the early days to the small Topolino models.
Later Fiat masterpieces have included the 500, various sports models, the 130 and the hardy 124 range, which has also been produced under licence by FSO and Lada. Today Fiat produce cars, trucks, railway stock and even aero-engines. Fiat has also acquired other brands along the way including Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa-Romeo and Lancia.
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This all-electric 1966 Fiat 600 possesses better performance and will do 120-miles on a charge. Is it the best of both worlds?
Electric Fiat 600 restomod sparks an interest
AutoClassics’ serial road-tripper recounts his journey through an Arctic winter in search of the northern lights – in a Fiat 126
Bangernomics: Fiat 126 to the Arctic Circle!
Built in the millions, this restored Fiat 600 harks back to a day when Italians were the kings of the road with unashamed flair
This restored Fiat 600 is unashamedly better than a 500
Tired of all those Land Cruisers, Land Rovers, Ford Broncos and Jeeps taking up the classifieds? Take a look at this 1985 Fiat Campagnola – Europe's forgotten 4x4
This oft-forgotten 1985 Fiat Campagnola can rival any Jeep
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The Fiat 500 (Italian: cinquecento, Italian pronunciation: [ˌtʃiŋkweˈtʃɛnto]) is a car produced by the Fiat company of Italy between 1957 and 1975, with limited production of the Fiat 500 K estate continuing until 1977. The car was designed by Dante Giacosa. Launched as the Nuova (new) 500 in July 1957, it was a cheap and practical town car. Measuring only 3 metres (~10 feet) long, and