Italian cars that made history: “Concorso Italiano 2019”
It's time for the 34th edition of “Concorso Italiano”, the event that brings together the most prestigious brands in the history of Italian car design for a showcase of current and vintage models, fostering a creative dialogue between product and passion before the discerning American public.
Many prestigious brands will display their models on the green hills of Bayonet Black Horse Golf Club, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, at the heart of the most important luxury car market in the planet.
Saturday, August 17th, as part of the exclusive Monterey Car Week in California, 1,000 Italian dream cars will show off in style to celebrate major landmarks in their history: the 50th anniversary of the Ferrari Dino 246 GT and the Iso Lele, the 60th of De Tomaso and the 70th of Abarth. This year also marks the return of Concorso Ferrari FCA-PR Vintage, where FCA stands for Ferrari Club of America.
The FCA Group exhibition is dedicated to Fiat, Abarth and Lancia and to the 50th anniversary of Club Fiat America. It was the summer of 1969 when Fiat America was established, together with North America's first Fiat Club.
Alfa Romeo will also be present, and enthusiasts will have a chance to admire three iconic models by the Biscione house: the legendary Giulietta and Giulietta Spider models from 1955 and the Junior Zagato, which is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first appearance in 1969.