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Fiat Engine History
Turin is home of an Italian Automobile manufacturer known as Fiat S.p.A. In 1899, a group of investors, including Giovanni Agnelli, founded Fiat. Fiat has its roots in the nineteenth century when it was also involved in locomotive manufacturing and carriages, military vehicles and farm tractors and exclusively aircrafts. Fiat was the fourth largest auto maker of Europe and eleventh largest in the world in 2011 in terms of manufacturing. Fiat has acquired several companies including Lancia in 1968, shares of Ferrari in 1969; however it took control of Alpha Romeo from Italian government in 1986. Fiat also purchased Maserati in 1993 and the majority of shares in Chrysler in year 2011. Fiat has its cars serving not only inside the Italy but over the globe; its production lines are working in Argentina, Poland and it has the largest production site in Brazil where Fiat is a market leader. Fiat is not behind anyone in other joint ventures and alliances with numerous companies however the main ones are located in Italy, Serbia, France, Turkey, India and China. In September 2010, shareholders approved an arrangement to split Fiat's capital goods businesses from the group. Agricultural and construction equipment manufacturer CNH Global NV, truck maker Iveco, and the industrial and marine division of Fiat Powertrain Technologies were spun off into a new group on 1st January 2011. The parent company, Fiat Industrial S.p.A., was listed on the Milan stock exchange on 3 January 2011.