Most ABG readers probably don't know Italy's Innocenti. Born as a scooter manufacturer, it used to make the Mini for the Italian market, then it was bought by British Leyland and then sold to Fiat
. It's the brand where the Y10, which now is called the Lancia Ypsilon
, was born. Well, it seems that it might be coming back and become Fiat's "budget" brand, as Dacia is for Renault
. According to Autobiz, Innocenti could be the chosen name for Fiat's latest acquisition in Serbia
, Zastava, former makers of the (in)famous Yugo. This could be quite a move, because Innocenti cars, such as the one pictured above, were known to be small, zippy and great performers.
[Source: Autobiz via Leblogauto