The Paris Expo Porte de Versailles is hosting Rétromobile, one of the most important European events dedicated to vintage vehicles.
Among the exhibitors at the prestigious French exhibition, to be held at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, FCA Heritage showcases some of the standout cars in its collection at its stand, as well as pays a celebratory tribute to the 110th anniversary of Alfa Romeo. Rètromobile is paying homage to Alfa Romeo's proud history by including an Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 in its poster for this year’s edition.
The exhibition, which comprises three halls spanning an area of over 72,000 m2, welcomes over 1000 truly extraordinary cars belonging to 620 international exhibitors. Also in attendance at the Paris exhibition, 120 clubs share their passion for period cars.
FCA Heritage is exhibiting a stand packed with prestigious cars at the show. The Alfa Romeo 24 HP, the first model produced by the Milanese company, and the 6C 1500 SS, which won the latest edition of the Mille Miglia—after being carefully prepared by FCA Heritage technicians—are the two centrepieces of the celebrations for the 110th anniversary of Alfa Romeo, supported by the Giulia MY20 in the new Villa d'Este Red colour. The stand also pays tribute to a car that symbolises the history of Fiat: the Panda, which turns 40 in 2020. FCA Heritage is displaying a 1980 Panda 30, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro; a 2006 Panda Jolly, a beach-car version created specifically for the island of Capri; and the brand new City Cross Trussardi.
FCA Heritage is also bringing two cars made by the group’s other brands to Paris: the Abarth 695 70th Anniversary, built last year to celebrate the 70th birthday of the scorpion brand, and the legendary Lancia Delta HF Integrale, proudly sporting new bumpers made under the Heritage Parts project, which offers owners and enthusiasts the opportunity to purchase original period components made directly by the parent company.