16. Fiat 1500
Although Mario Boano, the Fiat company designer conceived the 1500 as a family sedan, the 1500 looked much like the American sedans of the period. Fiat introduced it in 1961 and sold the 1500 through 1967. The Fiat 1500 was a well-engineered car with disc brakes and a roomy interior.
From the outside, this Fiat resembled many U.S.-made cars with its cool-looking grille with four headlights, chrome stripe and U.S.-inspired rear. It reminded some buyers of the Chevrolet Impala from the late ’50s.