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.
Important retrospectives are opening in autumn in three different museums in Europe. FCA is the star with several important pieces picked from its collection.
We will start from Germany where a retrospective dedicated to the great history of Alfa Romeo opened on September 19 in the prestigious setting of the new 3,000-square-metre exhibition area of the Technik Museum in Sinsheim. The Mythos Alfa Romeo exhibition will run for 18 months and constantly evolve to display, in rotation, up to 40 vintage Alfa Romeo cars belonging to private collectors and, of course, to the FCA Heritage collection.
The second stop is in London for the Cars: Accelerating the Modern World exhibition at the famous Victoria & Albert Museum. Among the motoring icons that marked an era, there is the legendary Fiat 600 Multipla, the forerunner of all MPVs, from the FCA Heritage collection. The exhibition runs from November 23 until April 19, 2020.
The last appointment is in France at the Musée National de la Voiture in Compiègne, the oldest automobile museum in Europe, where the Concept-Car. Beauté Pure exhibition dedicated to the most beautiful prototypes of all time opens on November 29 in the sumptuous rooms of Louis XV's royal palace. FCA Heritage is contributing to the retrospective, open until March 23 next year, with the interesting Alfa Romeo Scarabeo, a bold concept car with a tubular framework chassis and the engine of the Giulia GTA, built by Alfa Romeo in 1966.
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