With styling by Pininfarina and an engine by Ferrari, the Fiat 130 Coupe was always going to make it into the history books. But it was more than just the sum of its parts - the elegant, pin-sharp styling was matched by a chassis that could easily handle the power, even though it was based on the underpinnings of Fiat's humble 130 saloon. It was technologically advanced, too, with fully-independent suspension all round and ventilated disc brakes. Although the engine was identical to that of the Ferrari Dino, the 130 Coupe was never that fast thanks to its not inconsiderable weight, but it was swift enough, and with styling that turned heads on every street corner it deserves to be recognized as one of the most influential and desirable cars of its era. Production lasted from 1971 to 1975, with some 4600 examples being manufactured.
Fiat 130 Coupe Specifications
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