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Italian manufacturers often get things very right. The Fiat (Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino) was one of those companies that put Italy on wheels and was instrumental in igniting the "Italian Miracle" a rebirth of sorts of European consumer goods.
Beginning in 1899, Fiat began producing cars. Initially know far and wide for their race cars, they also began producing "superminis" targeted at Europeans seeking a "city car." To this day, Fiat does not offer large family or executive cars.
In an effort to expand their reach, General Motors (GM) acquired Fiat. Unfortunately, GM's financial situation unraveled this agreement. When Chrysler went backrupt, Fiat acquired a controlling interest in the company and returned to the United States in 2000.