One of the big names at the event, and now a point of reference for classic and sports car enthusiasts, Stellantis Heritage shines out with three cars. An unusual juxtaposition of a Fiat Multipla – appealingly named “6x6” – customized by Head of Stellantis Heritage Roberto Giolito, and two Alfa Romeos: a rare Giulia TZ and a prototype Alfasud Sprint with mid-engine. Both models were made by Autodelta, the Alfa Romeo racing department, this year celebrating its 60th anniversary (1963-2023).
The Milano AutoClassica show has turned 13, confirming its position as a point of reference for enthusiasts, collectors, museums, and clubs in the vintage motoring sector. An essential inclusion at this prestigious event at Fiera Milano-Rho (November 17-19) had to be Stellantis Heritage, custodian of the timeless values of the Italian car brands Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia.
One of the main topics to be addressed by Stellantis Heritage at its stand at Milano AutoClassica is undoubtedly the Heritage Hub: the exhibition space on Via Plava, Turin, which houses a collection of over 300 vintage cars, all having written important chapters in the history of Italian and world motoring. But that’s not all. There will also be one-of-a-kind prototypes, show cars, an exhibition dedicated to vintage engines, and much more. A special promo will also be available for all visitors to Milano AutoClassica, with a 20% discount on a ticket for the Heritage Hub between November 20 and December 5, 2023.
The second theme will be Reloaded by Creators, the Heritage project that involves the sale of a limited number of classic cars from the Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth brands: historic models, with certified authenticity, restored to their original beauty directly by the parent company. As part of this project, 25 years since its debut in Frankfurt, Heritage has created an exclusive Fiat Multipla 6x6 collector's item, due to go on show for the first time at Milano AutoClassica. A One-Off for sale that bears the signature of designer Roberto Giolito, now Head of Stellantis Heritage, “father” of the 1998 model.
And, last but not least, the stand will also be hosting two Alfa Romeos produced by Autodelta, this year celebrating its 60th anniversary (1963-2023): a 1963 Giulia TZ (“Tubolare Zagato”), and a 1983 Alfasud Sprint 6C prototype.