The Fiat 600 Multipla – the original MPV – stars in the “Cars: Accelerating the Modern World” exhibition at the V&A museum in London.
Part of the celebration of the 120th anniversary of Fiat, the oddball will be on show from November 23 to April 19, 2020.
The exhibition focuses on the impact of the car and includes models that represented real social and economic accelerators throughout the 20th Century.
Launched at the 1956 Brussels Motor Show, the Fiat 600 Multipla offered a completely new shape and exceptional interior space.
Boasting three rows of seats, it could comfortably transport six people or, with four seats folded down, it could offer a large, versatile load space.
With its versatility and extraordinary practicality, the “Multipla” became the pride of Italian taxi drivers and families for more than a decade.
The car exhibited in London is part of the FCA Heritage collection, and is normally on display at the Fiat Historical Centre in Turin.