CLASSIC CARS.

The 10 Italian cars that made history

Automobiles have become the symbol of the dreams and aspirations of every era. And in Italy their history has indelibly marked moments linked to a path of industrial and economic as well as technological and design growth.

There are certainly many cars in Italy that would be worth remembering, but we have chosen 10 that have left something special for historical placement and change.

Italian genius imposes itself in the most diverse fields, but few sectors like the automotive sector have photographed in such detail every era experienced by the Bel Paese.

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Fiat 501
The Fiat 501 is an automobile produced by the Italian automaker FIAT between 1919 and 1925. This car has particular importance because it was Fiat's response to the attempted invasion of the European market by the American Ford. In 1919 not only Italy but also other European nations were in fact going through difficult economic times.
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Fiat 508 Balilla
With the crisis of 1929, it was only the big car manufacturers such as Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo that were saved by lowering prices. The car that fully represents these innovations is the Fiat 508 Balilla, produced in the 1930s and with which mass motorization began in Italy.
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Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Cabriolet Pininfarina
Alfa Romeo 6C is the name of a series of automobiles, introduced in 1925, which in their various versions and evolutions were produced in Italy at the "Portello" factories in Milan from 1927 to 1953. The abbreviation "6C," an acronym for 6 cylinders, describes the engine split with which all models were equipped.
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Ferrari 125 S
The Ferrari 125 S was the first car built in 1947 by the newly formed Italian car manufacturer Ferrari, in only two examples. The first engine of the "125 S," newly assembled, was started by Enzo Ferrari on March 12, 1947.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider is a passenger car built by the Italian car manufacturer Alfa Romeo from 1955 to 1962. Equipped with a very accurate finish, it was a very successful model. Early prototypes were fitted with a panoramic windshield style "America" and sliding side windows that attached to the soft top.
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Lamborghini 400 GT
The Lamborghini 350/400 GT is the first passenger car produced by the Italian automaker Lamborghini. It was built between 1964 and 1968 in 416 examples.
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Lancia Delta
In 1979 the Lancia Delta, the iconic car of the 1980s in Italy, came on the market. The most beloved mid-range sports car of the time has an aggressive design. And it is a great protagonist of 1980s rallies in its HF version.
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Fiat Multipla
The Fiat Multipla was an MPV produced by the Italian automaker FIAT from 1998 to 2010. It was an automotive design product that received some international visibility. in 1999, Museum of Modern Art di New York included the car in its exhibition Different Roads as one of the examples of new trends in mass motorization.
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Fiat 500
2007 is the year of the New Fiat 500, the pride of FIAT's new history. The Fiat 500 reached the milestone of one million cars produced in Europe and received many awards in Italy and abroad.
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Fiat Giulia and Stelvio
Technology and the future. Alfa Romeo Giulia and Alfa Romeo Stelvio are two revolutionary cars in terms of style and design. Aesthetically appealing the flagship and SUV have garnered international approval.
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