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▷▷ 2021 ▷ The 10 best Italian car brands

1 julio, 2021


Italian cars, specifically sports and luxury cars, maintain a worldwide reputation for speed, design, and beauty. Starting in 1884, when Enrico Bernardi built the gasoline-powered tricycle car, the Italian automobile industry began its long and rich journey in the transportation industry. The first real Italian car was made in 1896, and three years later, Giovannia Agnelli founded Fiat with his partners and they mass produced his initial design. Italy remains one of the top five automakers in the world, with Fiat dominating the industry due to a total production of 90 percent.

In perfect Italian fashion, the story of its car manufacturing reads like a soap opera that includes stories of mergers and acquisitions that try to divert the attention of designers. However, through a difficult financial period, the industry persevered and continues to offer beautiful, powerful, and high-quality cars. The following is a list of those cars, including the top 10 Italian luxury car brands.

Abarth

Abarth

Based in Turin, Italy, Abarth is a manufacturer of racing and road cars with a shield and a stylized scorpion as the logo. The company is a subsidiary of Fiat and currently produces a variety of small trams. Its luxury claim to fame is the Abarth 123 Spider, which is a sports car and roadster.

Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo

Founded on June 24, 1910 in Milan, Alfa Romeo Automobiles was an original branch of Societa Anonima Italiana Darracq (SAID). Alfa Romeo produced its first automobile in 1910 that boasted 24 horsepower. Just one year later, the company entered two cars in the Targara Florio car show that started a long car sponsorship campaign.

Alfa Romeo has competed in numerous motor racing events, including sports cars, touring car races, rallies, Formula One and Grand Prix. The automotive group produced many sports cars during the 1960s and 1970s, but then they were sold to the Fiat Group in 1986. Since then, the company has had numerous models in production such as 150, GT, Brera, MiTo, Giulietta, Spider and 8C Spider. .

B-Engineering

2001 B Edonis Engineering

As a small volume car producer from Italy, B-Engineering is made up of many former Bugatti employees. The company’s biggest claim to fame is the super exclusive Edonis supercar that was built from the Bugatti EB110. However, with various engine modifications, the car now has a higher performance rating than the EB110.

Ferrari

Ferrari

Founded in 1929 by Enzo Ferrari, the company sponsored drivers and produced racing cars. Then, in 1947, Ferrari expanded into road vehicles in an effort to fund its racing ventures. During this time, Ferrari was more successful on the Formula One circuit. In fact, Ferrari is the only existing team that has consistently competed in the Formula One World Championship continuously since 1950. The company has almost a Formula One record. One on the books, pushing 15 World Drivers Championship titles, 209 Grand Prix victories, 16 World Constructors. Championship titles, 622 podiums, 203 pole positons, 218 fastest laps, 4,925.27 points and 776 Grand Prix disputed.

Two years after entering the road car market, Ferrari entered the large passenger car market, which accounts for the majority of its sales. Ferrari also licenses numerous products under its brand, such as glasses, watches, bicycles, clothing, perfumes, and electronics. There is even a Ferrari museum called Galleria Ferrari, documenting the team’s historical and modern achievements.

Fiat

Fiat

Founded in 1899, Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino (Fiat) grew and rapidly expanded its operations, so that 25 years later, it became the dominant force in the Italian automotive industry. Fiat launches a variety of cars such as sports cars, vans, trucks, and small road cards. As a result, the company won the Car of the Year award in Europe twelve times. Fiat is also a force abroad and the management decided to build these cards in numerous European, African and Asian countries. After many acquisitions over the years, Fiat is now a conglomerate that owns a variety of businesses in multiple industries. As a result, Fiat is the largest industrial organization in Italy.

Fornasari

Fornasari

Like another small automaker on this list, Fornasari produces various styles of its two- and four-door SUVs, all …



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