22 May 2019
The first episode of FCA What's Behind showed the tests carried out on cars in the polar temperatures of Arjeplog. For the second episode, we travel some 15,000 kilometres south to Upington, in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, on the border with Botswana and Namibia, for tests in torrid heat conditions.
28 Mar 2019
Getting behind the wheel of your FCA Group vehicle has become part of everyday life. Starting the engine and setting off is a comfortable, automatic action behind, but behind that simple action lies a process of complex, detailed work that involves hundreds of people around the world. The FCA
05 Mar 2019
The 2019 Geneva International Motor Show sees the debut of the Fiat Concept Centoventi, a concept vehicle that perfectly expresses the Italian brand's idea of electric mass mobility in the near future. It is the expression of a bold, democratic future vision based on 120 years of history and experience in the field - hence the name of the prototype that means "One Hundred and Twenty" in Italian - which, maintaining the tradition, is destined to break away from the past and push beyond. Just as in the Fifties, for example, when the Fiat 500 sparked an industrial and cultural revolution, overcoming traditional categories in looks, design and engineering to become a masterpiece, unlike anything else in the automotive industry history, the first real example of mobility affordable to the mass market.
12 Feb 2019
The Fiat 500 Serie F, acquired by the famous Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2017, was seen by the general public for the first time on February 10, 2019. The car will be on show in the "The Value of Good Design" exhibition that tells the story of industrial design through the works of the collection of the MoMA until June 15, 2019.
29 Jun 2017
July 4 has always been a red-letter day for the Fiat 500 - it was on that date in 1957 that the original Fiat 500, the "great little car", an emblem of mass car ownership in Italy, was launched in Turin and went on to sell almost 3.8 million.