Fiat Heritage

The story of one of the longest-lived brands in the world

Drawing the history of automobilism since 1890

Our main models

Get to know the unforgettable, most emblematic and representative models of Fiat.​

S61 - 1908

In the first decade of the 20th century, speed fever spread throughout the world and it was in this scenario of strong sporting excitement that the Fiat S61 Corsa was born, a two-seater racing car.

Topolino - 1936

When introduced in 1936, the Fiat 500 was the smallest mass produced car in the world. For its beautiful shapes and size, the public called it "Topolino".

600 - 1955

Presented in 1955, the 600 marked the beginning of Fiat’s mass motorisation through sales of small practical cars throughout the 1950s and Sixties. Thanks to its cost-benefit, its success was almost immediate – reaching 1.000 models produced per day.

500 - 1957

Fiat presented the Nuova 500 in 1957, with the main intention of replacing the Fiat 500 Topolino. Updated with new technologies from the successful 600, with a load-bearing monocoque and an overhanging rear engine, the 500 was powered by a compact, air-cooled 2-cylinder engine, a novelty for Fiat.

127 - 1971

The 127 was part of the transformation of Fiat compact cars into modern models. Being designed to be strong, efficient and brilliant, and help reduce fuel consumption, the model offered modern lines and solutions and extra room in the bright passenger compartment.

126 - 1972

Agile and unbeatable in parking spaces, the 126 continued the tradition of Fiat cars within everyone's reach. Launched in 1972, the model shared its wheelbase and much of the layout of the Fiat 500, featuring a revised, slightly larger body with improved safety and interior space.

Dino - 1972

Born from an agreement between the House of Maranello and Lingotto, the Fiat Dino was developed as a conventional car in the mid-1960s. Its difference: a Ferrari 1987 cc V6 engine capable of deliver 160 horsepower at 7500 rpm.

Panda - 1980

With more than 7.5 million units produced since its appearance in 1980 to date, the Panda is considered, together with the 500, the Italian utility car par excellence, accompanying young people and families in their lives.

UNO - 1983

Comfortable, chic, economical and quick - those were the adjectives that used to define the basic concepts of this 2-volume super-mini model, launched in 1983. The model had a nice height, a great interior space for its size and squared body.

The icon of Italian Mobility

Be part of our history. Discover here the evolution of the brand that marked the history of automotive.

Fiat over time

Part of our identity is contained in each of our logos. There are decades and decades of history and evolution. Learn more here.


To identify the newly founded company, the nine founding partners chose to place a rococo style brass parchment on the hoods of their first models, showing the full name of the company engraved by hand.


After about a decade of the first logo, coinciding with the growth of the Art Nouveau movement, the management of Fiat decided to renew it with an oval shape becoming oval and stylised graphic elements.


The association with the world of racing suggested the adoption of a less elaborate and more immediate logo, first used in 1921 on the 801 Corsa, the first post-war Fiat Grand Prix model.