Gathering them together is the Automoclub Storico Italiano (ASI), a federation of clubs and registers that groups together tens of thousands of historic motoring fans.
Indeed, Italy is famous for its automotive culture, boasting a myriad collectors and fans who preserve the outstanding heritage of car history and model variety.
Auto e Moto d'Epoca is their benchmark and half of hall 4 will be dedicated to the many different ASI federate clubs.
The leitmotif of this "ASI Village" will be distinguished by the unmistakable design by Bertone: the exhibit in fact envisages a theme interpreted by some of the most significant prototypes currently kept in the ASI Bertone Collection. The audience will be able to retrace over fifty years of the history of Bertone design, from the 1960s to the turn of the second Millennium.
Visitors will therefore be able to delve into a truly representative overview of historic Italian motoring at the ASI booth, satisfying the enthusiasm of historic club members and fans of Classic cars with impressive retrospective displays.