1960 Fiat 600 D: Italian baby
This was the Italian company’s first rear-engined model, replacing the small 500 Topolino in 1955. Both of these cars were designed by Dante Giacosa, and each time he was faced with the task of rationalizing the design to make the car small but roomy.
1960 Plymouth Savoy: American middle-class darling
The Americans immediately liked the Plymouth Savoy: the car quickly became popular with middle-income people, who were attracted not only by price but also by its good technical characteristics.
1960 Ford Thunderbird: Тhe thunderstrike of the American auto industry
For half a century, under the Thunderbird brand, Ford produced large rear-wheel-drive sedans, coupes, and roadsters positioning them as prestigious vehicles for wealthy owners, who preferred to drive themselves.
1960 Dodge Dart: The success story of America’s favorite compact sedan
For the Dodge brand, the Dart was a real success story. Launched in 1960, the brand's most compact model remained one of the most successful compacts ever to appear on the American automobile market.