The Fiat 500 Acquired by The Museum of Modern Art in New York Clip Mood (Video)


Fiat celebrates its 60th birthday

The original car – then called the Nuova 500 – first emerged from the Turin production line in July 1957.

The best-loved car in Fiat’s history, the icon that made Italians into car-owners, and worldwide ambassador for the country, celebrates its 60th birthday today with a special event that honours its history and the style and design that made it famous across the globe.

Not by chance, it is joining the permanent collection of the MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art, in New York.