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Top 10: Classic car names that made a comeback

Every car manufacturer, it seems, is cashing in on their heritage – and that’s no bad thing, as it clearly proves that classic cars are as important to the industry as they are to enthusiasts. Here are 10 of the greatest names to make a comeback…

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Fiat Tipo

The latest manufacturer to make the most of the retro name stakes is Fiat, which has thrown itself back to the Eighties in naming the forthcoming replacement for the Bravo. The last Tipo appeared for the first time in 1988, and was a bold step forward for the Italian firm, replacing the rust-afflicted Strada with a car that was altogether much better built and far more technologically advanced. Galvanised panels put paid to the Strada’s rust reputation, but Italian electrics continued to functions as they had (or hadn’t) for decades before…

Read our Fiat Tipo review here



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