Gulf Motors - GMC

The history of Fiat began many years ago, at the dawn of Italian industrialisation, in which the company has always played a leading role


Gulf motor Company the authorized dealer of Fiat, Fiat Professional, and Alfa Romeo is presenting the Italian style in the Saudi market by introducing exciting new models and advanced technology to the region.  Gulf Motor. Company offers state of the art showrooms and 3S facilities across the Kingdom. Our mission is to offer genuine value or money and create high levels of customer satisfaction


Our objective is to be speeding a head of time by utilizing our market experience and technical knowledge to achieve our ultimate goal, by being the market leader in catering to the needs of our valuable customers by providing them with suitable vehicles and services

The future is looking very bright as we can foresee future expansions in the kingdom with the opening of Jeddah and Dammam showroom. Our expansion plans are based on comprehensive research and development to ensure that we have an unprecedented competitive edge in every market that we choose to enter.



Fiat 500

The history of Fiat began many years ago, at the dawn of Italian industrialisation, in which the company has always played a leading role.
From that moment on, the Fiat brand spread throughout the world and developed extensively.

Today, following a change in corporate culture and mentality, the name Fiat is still fraught with meaning, and not only on account of the cars we produce – cars with attractive styling and exciting engines, cars that are accessible and improve the quality of everyday life – but also on account of our heritage and tradition: let's take a stroll back in time through the brand's history.

Fiat 500 History:

The first generation of Fiat 500  is produced  between 1957 and 1975, it was a cheap and practical town car. Measuring only 3 meters, and originally powered by an appropriately-sized 479 cc two-cylinder, air-cooled engine, the 500 redefined the term "small car" and is considered one of the first city cars in the world.

Born over fifty years ago, it was more than just a car. It made history. It gave the Italians the ability to move freely and with confidence – after the devastation of World War II. A liberating form of self-expression, the FIAT 500 was built to satisfy our insatiable love for each day.

Now in over 80 countries, it has evolved into a beloved global icon, winning the hearts of passionate drivers, motor journalists and judges alike. Most recently winning 60 international awards, including being named 2008 European Car of the Year and 2009 World Car Design of the Year. Additionally, FiatMultiAir Technology was recognised as the "Single Most Innovative Engine Technology" of 2010 by the International Engine of the Year Awards panel.



Fiat Professional History

The first generation (1981-93) Ducato was produced in 1981 and had a wide selection of engine choices and load capacities. The different models available were named by the load they could carry, e.g. Ducato 13 (1.3 tons). This vehicle stayed in production for around 13 years due to its popularity.

As the previous model was starting to look dated compared with a lot of their competitors, they designed the second generation Ducato (1994-2006) which was first produced in 1994. The new design met the Euro 3 compliance standards and was well designed. In 2003 it had a bit of a makeover which mainly affected changes to the body work and the range of available engines.

The third generation version (2006 – present) is the current model in production and is still available in many forms, from transporting people to transport goods.


ABOUT Alfa romeo

Alfa Romeo History

The legend started in 1910, when Cavalier Ugo Stella acquired the shares of Società Italiana Automobili Darraq, the Italian plant of a French car maker. The first plant was at number 95 Strada del Portello in the north-west outskirts of Milan and the company was called “Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili” (Lombard Automobile Factory, Public Company), hence the acronym A.L.F.A. The first car - the 24 HP - was made the same year. Designed by Giuseppe Merosi with 4 cylinders of 4 litres, it reached a top speed of 100 Km/h. The first Alfa Romeo badge consisted of two symbols of the city of Milan - the serpent of the Visconti family coat of arms on a blue background and the red cross of the city banner on a white background - all enclosed in a metallic ring with the words