FIAT RITMO 1978-1987.-A.Sannia. 92 pages,more than 160 col.photo’s. 27×19,5cm, softb.,italian text.
With the Ritmo, Fiat tried to go ahead and save only the positive inheritance from the ’70s: rational, ergonomic, aerodynamic, innovative and designed around the man, it was the automotive utopia of the future that never happened. During the ’80s it was able to re-invent itself and become a comfrotable and long-living compact car. Its sport versions, the famous twin-cam Ritmo Abarth bialbero,have been for a long time the european benchmark for high-performance compact cars, however.
This book features all its history, from the beginning of the project to the following developments, packed with several illustrations and detailed technical data sheets of every version.