Fiat

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Fiat Automobiles S.p.A.
Subsidiary (S.p.A.)
IndustryAutomotive
Founded11 July 1899; 121 years ago (1899-07-11) in Turin, Piedmont, Italy
FounderGiovanni Agnelli
Headquarters,
Italy
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
John Elkann (President)
Olivier François (CEO)
ProductsAutomobiles, Electric vehicles
Production output
1,555,650 units (2010)[1]Template:Needs update-inline
ParentStellantis
Websitewww.fiat.com

Fiat (UK: /ˈfiːət, -æt/, US: /-ɑːt/, Italian: [ˈfiːat]; originally FIAT, Italian: Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino, lit. 'Italian Automobiles Factory, Turin') is a car company in Italy. It was founded in Turin in 1899. It also made some planes between 1920s and 1970s. Some of their cars by year: Fiat is currently owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles or F.C.A for short, the company was formed by merging Chrysler and Fiat S.p.a.

History[change | change source]

On 11 July 1899, Giovanni Agnelli was part of the group of founding members of FIAT, Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino. The first Fiat plant opened in 1900[2] with 35 staff making 24 cars. Known from the beginning for the talent and creativity of its engineering staff, by 1903 Fiat made a small profit and produced 135 cars; this grew to 1,149 cars by 1906. The company then went public selling shares via the Milan stock exchange.

Cars[change | change source]

Models by year[change | change source]

Years 1950s - 1980s[change | change source]

Fiat 124
  • 124
  • 125
  • 126
  • 127
  • 128
  • 130
  • 131
  • 132
  • 133
  • 500
  • 600
  • 850
  • 1100
  • 1300
  • 1400
  • 1800
  • Dino
  • Multipla
  • Ritmo
  • X1/9

Years 1980s - 2000[change | change source]

Fiat Punto - Auto Moto Show Katowice 2006.
Fiat Cinquecento
  • Argenta
  • Barchetta
  • Fiat Bravo/Brava
  • Cinquecento
  • Coupé
  • Croma
  • Duna
  • Marea
  • Panda
  • Punto
  • Regata
  • Tempra
  • Tipo
  • Uno

Now[change | change source]

Fiat Bravo

Aircraft[change | change source]

Former Italian Air Force Fiat G.91.

From 1920 to 1945[change | change source]

From 1945 to 2000[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "World Mtor Vehicle Production" (PDF). oica.net. 2010. Retrieved 13 September 2011.
  2. Scottsdale, FIAT of. "A Brief History of Fiat and Its Century of Automaking". www.fiatusaofscottsdale.com. Retrieved 12 December 2017.