The world of Heritage
All about the department that champions the historic heritage of Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth.
The history of our cars and our brands
People’s passion for classic and vintage cars has no borders, but there are certain places at a definite point in space, and suspended in time, which conserve the essence of this passion. Places like Heritage.
Centro Storico Fiat
Heritage HUB
Officine Classiche
Museo Alfa Romeo
Heritage Gallery
Heritage Points
A world of grand international events
Participating in the sector’s main events is an unmissable opportunity to admire up close the legendary cars that have inspired generations of fans.
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Italy |
11-15 June 2024
1000 Miglia
Where passion meets legend
Como (IT) |
25 - 26 may 2024
Fuoriconcorso 2024
Stellantis Heritage takes center stage at prestigious “FuoriConcorso” event
Heritage stories
We describe a century of technology, style, competition and performance. We tell our story, and yours.
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Lancia D24 Spider Sport
The successes of Scuderia Lancia
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint
Italy’s sweetheart.
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Turin, 12 April 2024
Heritage pays tribute to the history of Abarth with two special projects
A temporary exhibition and the announcement of the Abarth Classiche 1300 OT project.
17th November 2023
Stellantis Heritage at Milano AutoClassica
The debut of Fiat Multipla 6x6 and tribute to Autodelta
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The history of four world-leading Italian motoring brands
From the most emblematic models to the most successful, revolutionary people, and the most significant events, this section illustrates and celebrates the cornerstones of Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth.
From now on, you and your passion can count on a team of experts
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Enter a world built on passion. An extensive range of products offered by Heritage to feed your timeless passion.
Cars for sale
Reloaded by creators is the Heritage project involving the sale of a small number of classic cars from the Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth brands: historic models, with certified authenticity, restored to their original beauty by the Constructor itself.
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At the historic Villa del Grumello and Villa Sucota, overlooking the magnificent scenery of Lake Como, the new edition of “FuoriConcorso” – an event that annually attracts thousands of collectors, experts and car enthusiasts from all over the world – has just come to an end.

Since 2019, FuoriConcorso has been paying homage to speed, craftsmanship, beauty and culture in the automotive world. This year's specific theme, summed up in the acronym “BRG” (‘British Racing Green’), refers to the official color of UK car manufacturers with racing teams that dominated Formula 1 in the 1950s and 1960s. Great emphasis will therefore be given to the concept of speed and sporting performance, with a wide-ranging display of classic and contemporary cars, including fifteen Formula 1 single-seaters, lined up on an ideal starting grid on the lakeside.

One standout is the 1977 Brabham Alfa Romeo BT45B, the first Formula 1 single-seater officially equipped with an Alfa Romeo engine. Considered one of the most beautiful cars ever designed and featuring the bright red Martini Racing livery, it was the result of collaboration between three of the major personalities in the Formula 1 ‘circus’: the South African designer Gordon Murray (cars to whose design won 5 world titles); the Italian engineer Carlo Chiti, ‘patron’ of Autodelta, the Alfa Romeo racing team; and the British businessman Bernie Ecclestone, then owner of the Brabham team who went on to become chief executive of Formula 1 in its entirety, worldwide.

In the mid-1970s, the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 TT12 trounced the competition in the World Championship for Makes and drew Brabham's attention to its 3.0-cc 12-cylinder flat V 180° engine. Thanks to the skills of Murray and Chiti, the union was nearly complete, bringing about the Brabham Alfa Romeo BT45 (1976), that was evolved in “45B” the year after, whereby the Biscione brand returned to Formula 1. The car made its debut in 1976 with Carlos Reutemann and Carlos Pace, with an engine that delivered 500 horsepower at 11,500 rpm; it showed its mettle immediately in outstanding placings. In 1977 with the Brazilian Carlos Pace and the Brit John Watson at the wheel, the Brabham improves its performance, but the life of Pace comes to a sudden end in a plane crash.  The German Hans-Joachim Stuck – son of the former great driver Hans – tooks the wheel and obtaines two podiums.

The one-off model on show at FuoriConcorso, with a small Brazilian flag in one corner of the rear spoiler in honor of Carlos Pace, forms part of the classic car collection owned by Stellantis. Usually on display at the Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese, enthusiasts can now see it thanks to Heritage, the entity that aims to protect and leverage the historical heritage and values embodied by the classic cars from the Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia brands.