Why the name Inglesina?
Behind the Anglo-Saxon references of the Inglesina name, there is a completely Italian reality.
So, why did we choose this name?
The answer has to do with the company's first model in the 1960s: the historic "London," with a leaf-spring frame, inspired by traditional English carriages of the British court.
From here the name "Inglesina": which, in Italian, is feminine, like the word for "pram".
A choice of identity that we have maintained and confirmed over time. In fact, the original "London" model is still sold today, in an updated design, with the name, "Classic": a model that, in addition to being the Inglesina icon, represents the pram par excellence.