Innovative, udskejende or perhaps even hair-raising.
Many cars have a special ability to put the time in their owners følelsesregister, but even if you can quickly get the feel of walking around with the keys to the Mona Lisa on wheels, there is often more to, before it is mass-produced means of transport becomes an art in the general sense.
A place at the world-renowned and respected Museum of Modern Art, MoMA for example, this could be a good place to start. Quite a few car models has over time been exhibited here, and the latest addition is the small, 'original' Fiat 500 from 1957.
the Car, which caused a stir with its compact size and ended up being built in the more than four million copies up to 1975, is shown as part of the exhibition 'The Value of Good Design' from the 10. February for 27. may.
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the Exhibition will accommodate a wide range of significant designobjekter from the 1930s until the 1950s, and kunsteksperterne from the MoMA then, is that the little Fiat fit as a representative for the four-wheel development.
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Even though the Fiat 500 was only three feet long, there was space for four people and the option to open the roof. Photo: Fiat
exactly What it is that makes the Fiat 500 to an outright work of art, we will not attempt to wise us on here. It required an explanation, there would be something fishy about it, as the Storm P. once said.
Therefore, we will suffice to say that the museum in New York, UNITED states, has chosen to exhibit the most popular Fiat 500 model, the 500F, which was produced from 1965 to 1972. It is three metres long, has a fabric roof, seating for four and 18 horsepower to do well with.
the Car is considered by many to be the original Fiat 500, but it is not the case. The original was launched back in 1949 under the name Topolino 500, and it was also a small, practical car. The well-known sequel called, therefore, legitimately Nuova 500 (New 500) and is a further development of the original concept.
That the sequel ended up running with the limelight due according to the medium Autoblog, that it landed at just the right time as a practical and economical achievable car to families in post-war Italy.
In the 18 years, the Nuova 500 rolled off the assembly line, Fiat is both sporty and practical derivatives, and since the concept has been revived twice: First with the Fiat Cinquecento in 1991 and again in 2007 with retromodellen the Fiat 500, which is still being built today.