The Fiat 2800 was a range of high end luxury cars first introduced in 1938. Powered by a 2.8L inline six engine, the 2800 was built in Torpedo or Saloon body styles, yet coachbuilt versions with different styles were also created. The car was used by Pope Pius XII and King Vittorio Emanuele III during their reigns. The Fiat 2800 also featured the CMC variant, which was reserved for the Italian military leadership. The last example of the Fiat 2800 was built in 1944.