Much like a Fiat 500, the Panda appeared in 1979 within Italy to take the mantle of the small urban car. The vehicle was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, who proposed it to Fiat after Renault refused replacing the R4 with it. At the moment of its presentation, the new head of the Italian manufacturer, Vittorio Ghidella, who hated the Panda, pragmatically yielded to launch the model. More the 5,5 million units of the car would be produced, making this little box on wheels a veritable best-seller.
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