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All about the department that champions the historic heritage of Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth.
The history of our cars and our brands
People’s passion for classic and vintage cars has no borders, but there are certain places at a definite point in space, and suspended in time, which conserve the essence of this passion. Places like Heritage.
Centro Storico Fiat
Heritage HUB
Officine Classiche
Museo Alfa Romeo
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Participating in the sector’s main events is an unmissable opportunity to admire up close the legendary cars that have inspired generations of fans.
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Bologna (IT) |
26-29 October 2023
Auto e Moto d’Epoca 2023
Stellantis Heritage features at the salone Auto e Moto d’Epoca.
Rho (MI) |
17-19 November 2023
Milano AutoClassica 2023
The debut of Fiat Multipla 6x6 and tribute to Autodelta
Heritage stories
We describe a century of technology, style, competition and performance. We tell our story, and yours.
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Some connections lead to great stories.
Alfa Romeo 33
The line.
Fiat Coupé
A new style to rediscover its original sporty flair.
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Last News:
17th November 2023
Stellantis Heritage at Milano AutoClassica
The debut of Fiat Multipla 6x6 and tribute to Autodelta
2 October 2023
Heritage celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Fiat Punto
With over nine million units produced until across three generations, the Punto dominated segment B for 25 years, setting new standards in terms of design, safety, and comfort.
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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.
From now on, you and your passion can count on a team of experts
Certificate of Origin, Certification of Authenticity, restoration. To guarantee your car's timeless charm.
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Enter a world built on passion. An extensive range of products offered by Heritage to feed your timeless passion.
Cars for sale
Reloaded by creators is the Heritage project involving the sale of a small number of classic cars from the Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth brands: historic models, with certified authenticity, restored to their original beauty by the Constructor itself.

08 March 2017.
Heroines of Italian motoring

Four winning women

FCA Heritage remembers the stories of four women racing drivers who competed and won.

Breaking the mould in cars that make dreams come alive today as much as yesterday.
Odette Siko, Maria Teresa De Filippis, Michèle Mouton and Maria Antonietta Avanzo.

Four car-crazy women who were able to overcome gender stereotypes, competing on board unforgettable cars in the same categories as men. And who achieved outstanding results.

It was 1932 when Odette Siko made motoring history in style, on board an unforgettable Alfa Romeo 6C 1750. She personally entered it in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and drove it together with Louis Charval in the 2 Litre class. She finished fourth overall, setting a competition record for the highest-ranked woman driver which still stands to this day.

Maria Antonietta Avanzo was a pioneer of Italian motoring, as well as an aviator and journalist. She competed in official competitions alongside motor racing greats such as Corrado Lotti and Tazio Nuvolari. Her talent led her to compete in the Indianapolis 500 in 1932, when she was granted a special licence because in the United States, women were not allowed to race on circuits.

Countess Maria Teresa De Filippis loved speed from a young age, a passion that initially manifested itself as a penchant for horse riding. In 1948, her brothers began to bet on her results, daring her to go faster. She duly obliged, driving a Fiat 500 to victory in her first race, a 10 km route from Salerno to Cava de’ Tirreni. She continued competing and finished second in the 1954 season of the Italian sports car championship, giving her the chance to drive in Formula One.

Michèle Mouton won the prestigious 1978 Tour de France Automobile with the Fiat 131 Abarth. Passionate about cars from a young age, she entered her first rally in 1972 as a co-driver but soon developed a taste for Italian cars. She drove the A112 Abarth, the Lancia Stratos and the mythical Fiat 131 Abarth, the car in which she finished fifth in the Tour de Corse three years running from 1978 to 1980.

When we talk about women and motoring, these are the women and cars that come to mind.
Happy 8 March, keep the passion burning. 

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