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Contents

Imagem1-3 Imagem2-3 Imagem3-1576156137 Imagem4-2 Imagem5-3 Imagem6-2 Imagem7-0
1899–1901 1901–1904 1904–1921 1921–1923 1923–1925 1925–1929 1929–1931
 
Imagem1-1576156738 Imagem2-1576156766 Imagem3-1576156794 Imagem4-3 Imagem5-1576156842 Imagem6-3 Imagem7-1
1931–1932 1932–1938 1938–1949 1949–1959 1959 1959–1968 1965–1968
 
Imagem8-1 Fiat logo 1968 Fiat Automóveis (2006) Fiat 2003 Fiat logo 2006 Fiat 2016
1968-1972 1972–2003 1999–2006 2003–2006 2006–present 2016–present (Latin America)


1899–1901

Imagem1-3

The company was established as Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino (Italian Automobiles Factory Turin), but still bore the name FIAT.

1901–1904

Imagem2-3

The FIAT becomes more prominent, but the full name remains.

1904–1921

Imagem3-1576156137

The badge becomes an oval plated shape.

1921–1923

Imagem4-2

The badge is changed to a wreathed circle.

1923–1925

Imagem5-3

1925–1929

Imagem6-2

1929–1931

Imagem7-0

1931–1968

1931–1932

Imagem1-1576156738

1932–1938

Imagem2-1576156766

1938–1949

Imagem3-1576156794

1949–1959

Imagem4-3

1959

Imagem5-1576156842

1959–1968

Imagem6-3

The badge becomes a rectangle again, but this time with a round chrome border

1965–1968

Imagem7-1

1968–2003

1968-1972

Imagem8-1

1972-2003

Fiat logo 1968

1999–2006

Fiat Automóveis (2006)

The wreathed circle makes a return to celebrate FIAT's 100th anniversary. At first, was used only at the front face of its cars until 2002; and later, at the entire car.

2003–2006

Fiat 2003

2006–present

Fiat logo 2006

2016–present (Latin America)

Fiat 2016

Fiat started to use just the wordmark - extracted from the shield - on the rear of its vehicles and advertising. There are plans to replace the shield completely at its cars and apply this logo worldwide soon.


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