History of the Autobianchi Bianchina
The Autobianchi Bianchina was a Fiat 500 based minicar manufactured by Autobianchi from 1957 to 1970. The car was produced in various body styles such as the Berlina (Saloon), Cabriolet (Roadster), Transformabile (Convertible), Panoramica (Estate) and Furgoncino (Van produced with a tall roof and short roof variations).
The car started off fitting Fiat's smallest straight-twin engine, coming in at 479cc, however, the Transformabile fitted the larger 499cc engine, along with suicide doors and a unique bicolour paint. Final production figures totalled approximately 275,000.