Centro Storico Fiat now hosts a collection of automobiles, mementos, models and advertising manifestos by artists spanning the company’s entire history: from its first vehicle, the 3½ Hp, to the impressive Mefistofele, which in 1924 beat the all-time world speed record. Then there are the first tractor, the Fiat 702 of 1919, the 18BL truck, which transported Italian troops in the First World War, the Littorina, a rail transportation leader beginning in the Thirties, and the striking G91 fighter, an aircraft designed by Giuseppe Gabrielli and later adopted by NATO.
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Number of exhibited items
Cars & Automotive: 1-25
Planes & Helicopters: 1-25
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Address: Via Gabriele Chiabrera, 20, 10126, Turin, Italy, Europe
Coordinates: 45.0458275, 7.6799772
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