Back to the future
Electric vehicles have a great past: Mercedes and FCA Heritage will showcase this at Auto e Moto d'Epoca.
The Italian style English Spider is back at Padua
The Triumph Spitfire, one of the most popular convertibles of the 60s and 70s, famous for its beautiful design, low maintenance and affordability, is coming back to Auto e Moto d'Epoca. Its history is entwined with the introduction of the first laws on emission controls in the State of California.
The Touring touch
Registro Italiano Alfa Romeo is celebrating 70 years of Alfa Romeo 1900 C Sprint built using the Superleggera method
75 years of Vignale
At Auto e Moto d'Epoca Club Lancia Appia-Registro Appia is celebrating the bodywork born in 1946 in Turin which was then bought up by Ghia in 1983
THE LAST 'REAL' LANCIA
50 years of Lancia 2000: mechanical excellence and refined finishings which have made the Lancia brand famous all over the world.
The 1949 Traction Avant
The first mass-produced vehicle with front-wheel drive and 100% steel body chassis will be exhibited by the Bologna Autostoriche Club at Auto e Moto d'Epoca 2021.
A "WORLD" DEBUT IN PADUA
Auto e Moto d'Epoca will reveal an authentic gem for the first time ever: the Delta Integrale according to Miki Biasion, the man who won two of the six consecutive Lancia Delta rallies, setting an unbeaten record.