The Classic Workshop restyling project is in line with the visual identity of FCA Heritage and pays tribute to the industrial history of Mirafiori.
An old soul, with a new, even more modern look: the Classic Workshops, pride and joy of FCA Heritage, are extended and renewed but remain in the same location.
One of the new features is a closer affinity with the visual identity of FCA Heritage: the continuation of a pathway initiated in 2019 with the new Heritage Hub premises, and continued in early 2020 when the brand new Heritage Gallery was opened in the Mirafiori Motor Village.
Additionally, the restyling of the Classic Workshops pays tribute to the largest FCA industrial complex in the world, Mirafiori, which has hosted them since 2015.
The walls of the workshops are, in fact, now decorated with striking historical images of the production in the Turin-based plant, complemented by contemporary designs and photos portraying some of the most iconic Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth vehicles.
The Classic Workshops have operated in the former Mirafiori Workshop No. 83, in Via Plava, Turin since 2015, and now span a surface area of approximately 6,000 square metres. This is where all the repair, restoration and certification activities carried out on the classic Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth cars take place, including those belonging to private owners and those in the precious FCA Heritage collection. In total, from 2015 to today, dozens of restorations have been completed and about 500 vehicles have been certified for owners of vehicles hailing from all over the world: from Japan to the USA, from Costa Rica to Thailand, and even as far as the island of Antigua.