|1959–1968||1968–2003||1982–1999||1999–2006||2003–2006||2006–present||2016–present (Latin America)|
The company was established as Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino, but still bore the name FIAT.
The FIAT becomes more prominent, but the full name remains.
The badge becomes an oval plated shape.
The badge is changed to a wreathed circle.
The colour scheme is altered.
The badge becomes a rectangle again, but this time with a round chrome border
In 1968, Fiat launched a logo consisting of four blue rhombuses, each bearing each letter of FIAT.
The wreathed circle makes a return to celebrate FIAT's 100th anniversary. At first was used only at front face of its cars until 2002; and later, at the entire car.
2016–present (Latin America)
Fiat started to use a wordmark - extracted from the shield - being applied to the rear of its vehicles and advertising. There are plans to replace the shield completely at its cars and apply this logo worldwide soon.
Defunct: Nanjing Fiat Automobile