Fiat announced today that its Heritage Hub, a new exhibition made possible with the help of the Stellantis Heritage Department, the Municipality of Turin and the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile, will soon open to the public.

The exhibition will be located at the former Office, 81 in Mirafiore. A former production site for an automobile manufacturer that produced mechanical components, the 15,000-square-meter (161,459-square-foot) building is the perfect place to house the collection.

To prepare him for his new duty, the premises were renovated. Fiat, however, wanted to update the space with sympathy, leaving alive a part of the old spirit. This means that the concrete floors and the original color scheme of the interior have been preserved.

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In total, there are more than 300 cars in the building, 250 of which are from Fiat, Lancia and Abarth. The Heritage Hub will also feature models from other brands such as Jeep, Autobianchi, and Alfa Romeo.

Most of the collection is displayed along the two long sides of the building. The collection, divided by brand and presented in chronological order, contains 16 classic pieces Carabinieri carsincluding 600 Multipla, 1100, Panda and Campagnola.

In the middle of the exhibition, 64 classic cars are presented, divided into eight areas organized by theme. The branches focus on records and races, concepts and customizations, Archistars (models that revolutionized the architecture of car construction), environmental and sustainability, small and safe, icons of style (cars that made design history), Epic Journeys (models that participated in noteworthy adventures), and Raleigh erawhich will no doubt be a highlight for many.

Meanwhile, at the front, a permanent display will showcase the history of Mirafiori from 1939 to the present day. Finally, the engine section features a selection of the 30 most important engines ever produced from StellantisItalian companies.

The Heritage Hub will be open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and will have two tours a day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Each of them lasts about two hours. In addition, space was allocated for seminars and conferences. Readers can order tours at the address MAUTO company website.

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