The illustrious history of Fiat
Besides Fiat Group Automobiles, the Fiat Group. Two years later, in 1993, it was the moment of Fiat Punto (named 'Car of the Year' in. with cars ranging from small Fiat city cars to sports cars made by Ferrari, and vans and trucks such as the Ducato.
Fiat reports Q1 loss as sales slip in Europe, US
Fiat's luxury and performance brands saw. Profits at Chrysler LLC, which Fiat controls, dropped 65 percent in the first quarter as shipments of cars and trucks were down in preparation. Fiat sells cars under the Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo Brands.
Fiat reports 1st quarter loss
FiatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s luxury and performance brands saw an improvement, mainly thanks to Ferrari. Shipments of its cars and trucks were down in preparation for new vehicle launches. Fiat sells cars under the Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo brands.
REVIEWSFiat Cars: X1/9, Dino Spider, 124,850 Coupe,130,500 (s)
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This guide covers six classic Fiat models of the post-war era. Included is Fiat's trademark 500 model, a car which provided affordable transportation for the masses, selling over 4-million examples, and the supremely successful 124 Spider, arguably the best mass-produced sports car of its generation.
A minimalist four-seater with go-kart like handling, the original Fiat 500 was powered by an aircooled 479cc flat-twin, mounted in the rear. Early cars had rear-hinged "suicide" doors and a full length sunroof. Post-1965 500F models had conventional front hinges, but the 500 retained its drum brakes and crude non-syncro "crash" gearbox to the end. Fiat built more than four million 500s in a twenty-year run.
Fiat 130 Coupe
Based on the mechanics of the ordinary-looking Type 130 saloons, the Pininfarina-styled 130 Coupe was fast, impressive and an altogether attractive four-seater. Launched in 1971, it used a Lampredi-designed V6 engine, which at 3.2-litres produced 165BHP and gave the car a top speed of nearly 120mph. Available with a choice of manual or automatic transmission, disc brakes all round and all-independent suspension., 4,491 were sold in 1977.
Fiat 850 Coupe Fiat America Car Club
The FIAT America Car club website. Based in the California Bay Area, FIAT America's events are open to all members and people interested in Fiats, Lancias, and other fine Italian cars.