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Fiat has a long history, dating back to 1899. The company was founded by Giovanni Agnelli, an Italian industrialist who started the car company with a single model, the 24 HP.
In 1910, Fiat started making aircraft engines and soon became a leader in aviation technology. In 1919, Fiat made its first truck. Two years later, it opened its first factory in Argentina.
By 1925, Fiat had offices in every continent except Antarctica (the company opened offices there in 1929).
Fiat introduced its first passenger car designed specifically for export in 1938: the 600 B Torpedo. This was the first mass-produced car produced by Italy's major automakers after World War II ended.
After World War II ended, Fiat began building trucks again and started producing buses for public transport systems around Europe. In 1950, the company began building its own cars instead of buying them from other manufacturers like Alfa Romeo and Lancia as it had done before the war. The first car built under this new policy was called the 1200 B Balilla ("little goblin"), which went into production in 1954 and remained on sale until 1960 when it was replaced by a modernised version called the 1100 B Super.
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