Uniquely special normal, and with the fingerprints of more Italian design royalty than any other
The Fiat Osca uniquely comes from the four corners of Italian car mastery: race-cars; advanced mass-made cars; beautifully designed cars; hand made low-volume cars — at a time when the nation arguably was at its zenith in each of these areas.
Conceived by one of the automotive design engineering giants of 20th century: Dante Giacosa, who was behind pioneering mid-twentieth century Fiat cars including the 600, 500, 124 and 128. Powered by a race-derived engine created by the Maserati brothers. And designed and manufactured by Pininfarina. And, to top it all, its form conjures that uniquely Italian design quality of special-normalness