There’s A New Shrine To Fiat, Lancia And Abarth Opening In Turin, Italy

Apr 06, 2019 875

If you’re looking for a car attraction to visit in Italy, here’s a new one to add to your list. It comes courtesy of FCA Heritage, the organisation that looks after Fiat, Lancia, Abarth and Alfa Romeo. It’s called the FCA Heritage Hub, and it’s located in the former Officina 81 site in Via Plava, part of Turin’s huge industrial area of Mirafiori.

The Hub’s 15,000sq m building was once used to manufacture gears, driveshafts and bearings; now, on the original concrete factory floors, are more than 250 Fiats, Lancias and Abarths (Alfa Romeo is well-represented in Milan, at the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo). 

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