FCA Heritage is participating in the first big fixture in this year's motoring calendar, the Geneva Motor Show. Besides its customary mix of technological innovations and new model launches, the show is also hosting a sizeable selection of historic cars this year.
The 89th edition of the Geneva International Motor Show opens its doors on a new motoring season and showcases the latest new releases from the biggest international car makers, plus lots more besides. This year, alongside the most futuristic cars, the Palaexpo centre in Geneva is also dedicating a space to historic cars.
A fascinating voyage through time guides visitors to the Geneva Motor Show on a thematic journey. FCA Heritage, the department created to protect and value the past of FCA brands, is taking advantage of this occasion to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Abarth, which also falls in the month of March.
The Geneva show is dedicating a space to Abarth and presenting a selection of iconic cars that have symbolised the brand with the scorpion badge since its inception. They include a precious Fiat Abarth 750 Record Bertone, a highly streamlined single-seater designed by Bertone, which in 1956 set 14 speed and endurance records in Class H at Monza.