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FIAT Car Design History - Automobile manufacturer

If Alfa Romeo and Ferrari have made Italian cars famous for their luxurious, sporty design, Fiat has turned Italy into a nation of motorists. The Turin automobile manufacturer's 500, developed by Dante Giacosa, was introduced in 1936 at a widely affordable price of 8,900 lire. With its thirteen-horsepower engine and light, 1,100 pound weight, the "Topolino" was the world's smallest car; by 1954 half a million had been sold. The popular model was twice relaunched in updated versions, first as the Nuova 500 in 1957 and again in the 1990s as the Cinquecento.


The Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino was established in 1899. Like many other car manufacturers it concentrated on the production of expensive luxury vehicles and race cars during its early years. Giovanni Agnelli, one of the company's founders, quickly came to recognize the industry's broader potential, and in 1912 the Fiat Zero series went into production, Italy's answer to Ford's Model T. By the early 1930s Fiat had developed into Italy's leading car manufacturer and began to focus on an emerging mass market with family sedans like the 1932 Balilla. But Fiat also continued to make luxury cars, hiring car-body stylists like Bertone and PininFarina to design sleek sports cars such as the elegantly streamlined Fiat 1500 of 1935.


With the economic boom of the mid-1950s, a golden era began for the carmaker. In 1961,90 percent of all cars sold in Italy were made by Fiat; between 1969 and 1973 the company more than doubled its output. After the 1974 oil crisis, low fuel consumption was suddenly as important as attractive design. Two hugely successful models were introduced in the eighties: the 1980 Fiat Panda, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, made a stir with its stripped-down look that emphasized the car's practical value. It was followed by Giugiaro's inexpensive 1983 Fiat Uno, which became the quintessential subcompact.

In recent decades, the Fiat group has taken over its former competitors Lancia and Alfa Romeo, and acquired a majority stake in Ferrari. In addition to cars, it manufactures trucks, buses, and utility vehicles, constructs dams, tunnels, satellites, and rocket engines, and develops pacemakers, lighting, robot technology, and computer systems for the health-care industry.

 


Fiat Car History

Fiat Auto spa, Turin

1899 Founded by Giovanni Agnelli and others in Turin
1919 Lingotto plant (until 1921)
1939 Mirafiori plant
1945 Senator Giovanni Agnelli passed away.
1958 Centro Stile design center established
1963 Giovanni Agnelli, Giovanni's grandson becomes managing director and, in 1966, chairman
1968 City Taxi by Pio Manzu at Centro Stile
1969 Acquisition of Lancia and Ferrrari
1982 Lingotto plant was closed (turned into convention center)
1984 Purchase of Palazzo Grassi in Venice; turned into museum
1987 Fiat buys Alfa Romeo

FIAT Car Models History

1912 Zero subcompact
1932 Balilla
1935 1500 sportscar
1936 500 Topolino subcompact
1952 8 V racing car
1955 600 subcompact
1957 Nuova 500 subcompact
1959

1800/1900 sedan

1964 850 subcompact
1972 X 1/9 convertible
1980 Panda subcompact
1988 Tipo compact car
1993 Cinquecento subcompact; Seicento subcompact

 

 
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