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Italian cars

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Italian cars are known for their distinctive style and sophisticated design, as they are made with a true love of the automobile. Just as the Italians enjoy life with all their senses, so they produce world-famous cars with such dedication. Some of the most famous Italian car brands include Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Lancia, Maserati and Lamborghini.

The most famous Italian car manufacturers: Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Lamborghini, Maserati, Ferrari, Pagani, Iso Rivolta, De Tomaso, Mazzanti, Estrema, Abarth


Fiat 124 Spider in a parking lot, Abruzzo, Italy

Fiat cars began production in 1899 thanks to the vision, passion and determination of a man named Giovanni Agnelli. To date, 74 models have been introduced. Fiat also has an outstanding record in motorsport from the beginning to the present, including three world rally titles.

Alfa Romeo 4C, Morano Calabro, Italy

Alfa Romeo has been making cars since the early 20th century, specifically since 1910. 38 models have been launched, both with classic designs and outright sports cars. Alfa Romeo has been a member of Fiat SpA since 1986. The current name Alfa Romeo was only coined in 1920.

Ferrari California T on a Boulevard, Paris, France

In 1898, Enzo Ferrari was born and became the founder of the Ferrari luxury car brand. The brand became famous for its sports cars and its participation in car races. In 1939, he set up his own car company in Modena, Italy, which launched its first car in 1947. Today, Ferrari is part of the Fiat Group and is based in Maranello, Italy. Approximately 31 models have been produced to date.

Lancia Delta HF Turbo and Lancia Delta HF Integrale EVO, Portugal

Lancia began producing its first cars in 1906, when the then 25-year-old Vincenzo Lancia and his colleague Claudio Fogolin set up a factory in Turin. It is one of the oldest car manufacturers in the world. It is known as a promoter of technical innovation. Vincenzo Lancia gained a lot of experience during his time with Fiat, which he also represented in automobile competitions. Approximately 32 models were introduced to the market. Lancia has also produced trucks and commercial vehicles, but nowadays it only produces passenger cars. It has been part of the Fiat group since 1969.

Maserati GranTurismo MC Sport, Zurich, Switzerland

Maserati was founded by the brothers bearing the name in 1914 in Bologna and 18 models have been produced to date. The headquarters and factory are currently located in Modena and is part of the Fiat concern. Maserati is currently a successful company experiencing an increase in car sales worldwide.

Lamborghini Aventador, London, UK

The Italian company Lamborghini produces high-performance sports cars. It has been a subsidiary of Audi from 1998 to the present. The company was founded in 1962 by Ferruccio Lamborghini and is based in Sant'Agata Bolognese and the cars are manufactured in Bologna. World-class designers and design firms design for the company. Ferruccio Lamborghini founded a tractor manufacturing company in the town of Centa in 1948, then expanded his company in 1959 to manufacture air conditioners. In 1962, he laid the foundations of today's Lamborghini. The company was founded following a dispute between Enzo Ferrarri and Lamborghini, as Ferruccio decided to produce his own cars to compete with Ferrarri. 15 models of the brand were launched.

Pagani Zonda PS, Valle dAosta, Italy

De Tomaso P72 and Abarth 595

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