The Fiat Ritmo is small, front-engine, front-wheel drive family car manufactured and marketed by Fiat, launched in April 1978 at the Turin Motor show and offered in 3- and 5-door hatchback and cabriolet body styles – from 1978 to 1988 with two facelifts.
Styled by Sergio Sartorelli at Fiat’s Centro Stile in Turin, export versions for the UK, USA and Canada were marketed as the Strada. In 1979, SEAT Ritmo production began in Spain, with a facelift in 1982, the SEAT Ronda.
The name Ritmo derives from the Italian for “rhythm”, and Strada derives from the Italian for “road.” Production reached a total of 1,790,000 and ended in early 1988 it was replaced by the Fiat Tipo.
- Producer: Majorette;
- Scale: 1:55;
- Year of manufacture: unknown;
- Notice: for repaint;