Films: The Bianchina Is an Unconventional Choice

The Bianchina Is an Unconventional Choice

Before the summer is completely over, we’d like to take you for a short ride along the Adriatic coast in the town of Rimini, Italy, where Federico Fellini was born. His unpredictable approach to life is something that lives on in the people of Rimini. Annalisa and her car are examples of this. She could have chosen to drive any of the more popular, high-performance cars among the ones that her father had in his collection, but she chose the Bianchina, because is the one that brings smiles to peoples’ faces.

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Lefevre

Nice article. I have a bianchina cabriolet you can see on my blog.

Todd Cox
Todd Cox

Everything about this is absolutely delightful! Italian women… It sounds like they’re signing all the time 😉

Craig Zeni
Craig Zeni

Wonderful. Neat tiny car being used regularly. Hard to beat that…

Kurt Uzbay
Kurt Uzbay

Lovely… just lovely..

Jim Valcarcel
Jim Valcarcel

Did you notice how Annalisa had a scarf on at the end of the video? It made me think of Annetta Calisi in the video
“Speed of Sunshine” and how she wears one just to “play the role”? I loved it!! Two great videos that are a tribute to two
very nice ladies. Very sweet video today folks.

Ib Erik Soderblom
Ib Erik Soderblom

I’m a man!
But I admit, that I have been in love with the little Bianchina’s for a couple of years…
Close to buying one last year.
Problem is, that its really, really slow. To slow for my taste, unfortunately 🙁
But its so nice.
I know why Annalisa chose it.
She is a lucky woman and they fit perfectly together.

Baskingshark
Baskingshark

A foxy lady who prefers classic cars to modern ones and has a dad with a Duetto and a Porsche. Too bad there’s a fiance already!

Bianchinas are also awesome – this is the early Trasformabile, I also love the Panoramica station wagon (full name: Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica, which is almost longer than the car itself…) and the Cabriolet full convertible, as memorably and stylishly driven by Audrey Hepburn in How to Steal a Million in 1966.

Sid
Sid

I love italians.

Matthew Lange
Matthew Lange

Brilliant. Also looks like this is the car that inspired the Nissan Figaro so popular with London based hipsters?

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