FIAL was an Italian manufacturer of cars.
The company Fabbrica Italiana Automobile Legnanese from Milan began in 1906 with the production of automobiles. The vehicles were marketed both as FIAL as well as Legnano. 1908 production ended.
There were two different models. The Tipo A 6/8 HP, 8 also known as HP, was equipped with a two cylinder engine. The open Phaeton body could accommodate two people. In addition, there was the four-cylinder model 10/12 HP.
A car of this brand is on display at the Museo Carlo dell'Automobile Biscaretti di Ruffia in Turin.