FIAT Make Overview
Please Tell Me The Icons Displayed Attached Image In Fiat 500l Console
Fiat 500 Bonnet
So I had a little bump on my way back from work today and it looks like I’m going to need some bodywork replacements in/around my bonnet but I can’t find out what this part would be called (attache...
Abaut The Fiat 500e , Which Us And/or Ec/ece-certificates/tests The Car Alr...
, which US and/or EC/ECE-certificates/tests the car already fulfils, e.g. automotive FMVSS-Standards or –ECE-Standards has the Fiat 500 e ?
What does the "stop" amber indicator mean? I just serviced the car and now the indicator light come on. I've never seen it before.
Tips On Replacing The Starter On My Spider 20000
Starter went out my spider. We have the new replacement starter but the husband is frustrated with where to start. Any comments or ideas??
Older FIAT Models
|FIAT 600||FIAT Dino||FIAT Punto Evo|
Fiat was founded in 1899 as the "Societa Anonima Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino" ("Italian Automobile Factory of Torino, Incoporated" in English). The company has been known since its very early years by its acronym, FIAT (which is also the Latin word for "Let it be done").
Through the years, Fiat has made its name and its fortunes by targeting two disparate markets: sports and performance enthusiasts, and buyers looking for economical family transportation. More than a century later, Fiat still makes its mark in both arenas.
One of the company's original founders was the innovative entrepreneur Giovanni Agnelli, who became Managing Director by 1902. The Agnelli family has been part of the Fiat management ever since; the original Giovanni Agnelli's grandson (also named Giovanni but called Gianni) headed the company from 1966 to 1996, and his grandson, John Elkann, now serves as vice-chairman of the Fiat board of directors.
Some of Fiat's best-selling and most innovative models through the years have included the sporty Spyder, the econobox Panda, and the sturdy hatchback Punto. Fiat's design team is currently led by the legendary Giorgetto Giugiaro, whose trademark curvilinear style has inspired many imitators in the European and North American markets.