Giardiniera, Belvedere, Panorama, Station Wagon, Weekend, Multiwagon. From the Second World War until today, such vehicles have changed names many times, but their spirit has always been the same: practicality and versatility. First, they were working vehicles, but they later evolved into highly popular statements of fashion and transport for daily use. From the wood-trimmed station wagons like the Topolino to modern production such as the Tempra, Marea, the single volume Ulysse and MPVs like the Idea and Doblò. All richly illustrated in a volume containing many period photographs and great detail with exhaustive technical specifications.