Fiat X1/9 AutoSlalom - Alfredo Giamboi
Alcuni passaggi del plurititolato pilota a bordo della sua X1/9 1,6 che da
tanti anni corre con i nostri colori sul cofano.
Some clips of this very fast driver that with his X1/9 1,6 tuned by us has
won lot of titles.
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The Fiat X1/9 is a two-seater mid-engined sports car designed by Bertone
and manufactured by Fiat from 1972-1982 and subsequently by Bertone from
With a transverse engine and gearbox in a mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive
configuration, the X1/9 was noted for its excellent handling,
lightweight-removable hardtop, front and rear-storage compartments — and
for being designed from its conception to meet the late 60s U.S. safety
The X1/9 succeeded a 1969 show concept car called the Autobianchi Runabout,
with styling by Bertone under chief designer Marcello Gandini. The Runabout
was powered by the engine of the Autobianchi A112.
Designed around the all-new 128 SOHC engine and gearbox (transmission) from
the front wheel drive Fiat 128, the X1/9 relocated the transverse drive
train and suspension assembly from the front of the 128 to the rear of the
passenger cabin, directly in front of the rear axle, giving a mid-engined
layout. The layout also located the fuel tank and spare wheel side by side
ahead of the engine, directly behind the seats — optimizing the
proportion of the car's weight falling within its wheelbase for more
effective handling and also enabling cargo areas front and rear.
Fiat began marketing a right-hand drive variant in 1976.
Unlike Fiat's marketing nomenclature at the time which used a numerical
system (e.g., 127, 128, 124, 131) denoting relative position in the model
range, the X1/9 retained its prototype code as its marketing name. Fiat's
prototype coding used X0 for engines, X1 for passenger vehicles and X2 for
commercial vehicles. The X1/9 was thus the ninth passenger car developed
using the nomenclature.
The prototype car featured a distinctive wedge shape and took many styling
cues from contemporary power-boat design. Though the more extreme features
of the Runabout such as the C pillar mounted headlights and the small
wind-deflector windscreen were lost for the production car, many aesthetic
features of the Autobianchi Runabout are readily identifiable on the X1/9.
The long flat bonnet (hood) with central indentation, the large front
overhang, the wedge shape with prominent C pillar roll-over hoop and the
car-length indented plimsoll-line all made the successful transition to the
X1/9, giving it a highly distinctive appearance.
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