The wind in the face, enjoying the most diverse corners, always with the water, beaches and nature in our horizons, is very much the Mediterranean lifestyle. Always with the sun accompanying us. And what better than to start those routes with cars that also mark style. And in Italy they know a lot about styles and cars to savour to the full, like their cuisine, the Mediterranean essence.
The history of cars in Italy is so dense, so rich and so spectacular, that choosing just a few is practically impossible. Italian cars are all about sensations, driving excitement and high performance. Perhaps they are not the best built cars, nor the most technological and perhaps they are too obsessed with making the driver and other occupants have a good time.
They are cars created to enjoy, both at the wheel and admiring their design. The most admired are Ferrari, with its model (the most expensive in the world) 250 GTO of the 60s. Maseratis have been characterised by their leading role in the creation of GT cars, combining luxury and sportiness like few others; while Fiat motorised a country with its 500 model, which in Spain was the Seat 600 and which has marked so many generations in both countries. The style of the Italian car has reached the MoMa in New York with the Cisitalia.
And what can we say about the Alfa Romeo or the Lamborghini, many examples that have marked the lifestyle of many Italians, Mediterraneans and Europeans who live the essence of our sun and our corners to the last sip.
Italy conquers us with its palate, and also with that Dolce Vita, offered by some of its industries, as in this case the automobile industry.