1970 FIAT 850 Coupé Series II. Orange version
The Fiat 850 (Tipo 100G) is a small rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive car manufactured and marketed by Italian car manufacturer Fiat from 1964 to 1973.
Its technical design was an evolution of the successful Fiat 600. The internal name for the Fiat 600 development project was “Project 100” and consequently, the internal Fiat codename for the 850 project was 100G (G was a follow on of model designations for the 600 which ran from A to F).
The engine of the 850 was based on that of the Fiat 600, but had its capacity increased to 843 cc. The 850 came in two versions: “normale” (standard) with 34 hp (25 kW) and engine code 100G.000 and “super” with 37 hp (27 kW) and engine code 100G.002.
The maximum speed was approximately 125 km/h (78 mph). While it was not a large step forward in technical development, it possessed a certain charm with its large rolling eyes and its short tail, in which the engine sat.
Made in Italy
Years of production: 1965-1972
Engine: Fiat Essence
Engine performance: 4 cylinders; 903 cm³
Weight: 745 kg