Introduced by Fiat in 1967 and produced until 1972, this big family car was a rare combination of sports car power and saloon car passenger accommodation, something that did not become usual practice in the industry until the next decade.
Praised for its handling and dynamics, it was called the BMW of its time. Carrying the same engine as the Spider, it could give the sporty feeling when driven while keeping in mind the space for passengers, making it very suitable for families. It was the first twin cam family car ever produced. It was also one of the fastest running, since it could go up to 100 mph, something that was not even imaginable for this kind of Berlina at the time. If you like classics with a fascinating history, this is your car.