FCA Heritage returns to the Turin event, which is dedicated to fans of historic cars and engines, with a unique and impressive exhibition area.
The first show of the year dedicated to fans of vintage cars and engines opens its doors on Thursday 30 January. At the Lingotto Fiere Exhibition Centre in Turin, the 38th edition of Automotoretrò will take place alongside the 11th edition of Automotoracing.
Automotoretrò follows the same winning formula adopted in previous years: enthusiasts and collectors will be able to lay their hands on the best competition and production models of the past, dating from different eras and coming from all over Europe. Among the more than 1200 exhibitors, there are also stands specialising in collectible scale models and original spare parts. Visitors can even attend conferences and book presentations and meet major personalities within the industry.
Here in Turin, FCA Heritage is celebrating the 110th anniversary of Alfa Romeo and the 40th anniversary of the Fiat Panda. On display at its stand are the 24 HP, the first car ever produced by Alfa Romeo; a 6C 1500 SS, which was renovated by the FCA Heritage team and won the latest edition of the Mille Miglia; the new Alfa Romeo Giulia MY20; and two generations of Panda: the Panda 30, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, and the brand new Panda Trussardi, embodying the evolution of a car that manages to combine practicality and versatility with elegance and refinement. For the first time at a motor show, FCA Heritage is presenting Heritage Parts, the new line of original spare parts for classic cars which now offers owners the original bumpers for the legendary Lancia Delta HF Integrale. Visit Automotoretrò to find out more.