The Fiat 850 was something of an evolution of the Fiat 600, adapting the body of that car to take the 843cc ohv 4-cylinder engine. Launched in 1964, the Fiat 850 overlapped the production of the Fiat 600 for a few years. In 1965 Fiat supplemented the 850 saloon with the Fiat 850 spider designed by Giugiaro and built by Bertone, and the Fiat 850 Coupe designed at Fiat under Boano. Both the Coupe and Spider shared the mechanics of the 850 saloon, but the engines were tuned. The 850 Sport Coupe and Spyder were revised in 1968 with a larger 903cc engine and changed lamps. A 'Familiare' 6-seater van version was also offered. 380,000 Coupes and Spiders were sold and 2,203,000 Fiat 850 saloons.
Fiat 850 Coupe
Fiat 850 Spyder
Fiat 850 Special 1971. The 'Special' was introduced in 1968 and was given the same tuned 843cc 47bhp engine as the sporty Fiat 850 Coupe; it also got front disc brakes
Fiat 850T 1971. Developed from the Fiat 600 Multipla was the 600T (Transporter) and this was launched in 1964 in the Furgonetta (Van) version (as here) or the windowed Familare (minibus). This was replaced in 1971 by the Fiat 900T