The iconic Italian city car, Fiat 500 has now completed its 60 years in the global market. To celebrate the occasion, Fiat Chrysler Automobile (FCA) has introduced a new edition of the car – Fiat 500-60th – in UK. Since, it’s just a special edition, only 250 units of the car will be sold.
Interestingly, first 60 units of the Fiat 500-60th edition will have an individual numbered limited edition plate along with an authenticity certificate. Bookings have already commenced, while deliveries will be made from July 4, 2017. Read – 2017 Fiat X6H To Replace Punto Hatchback in India
Painted in Dolcevita dual-tone shade with a grey fabric roof, the Fiat 500-60th edition looks quite sporty. While the bonnet and pillars have special pastel ivory shade, the car’s body has tri-coat white paintwork. The chromed exterior mirrors and special white diamond finish 16-inch alloy wheels add more to its sporty appearance. This special edition features Fiat’s vintage logos and a bespoke 500-60th badge. The number ‘6’and ‘0’ from the 500-60th badge are highlight in red shade.
Interior, too, looks sporty with a bordeaux vinyl dashboard ivory leather gear knob, steering wheel with signature Fiat logo, ivory leather seats with contrasting bordeaux piping, 500-60th kickplates and bespoke floor mats. Also Read – Fiat Toro 7-Seater SUV in the Works?
The list of features includes a 7-inch HD Uconnect Radio Live touchscreen system with satellite navigation system, Bluetooth, USB and AUX IN connectivity, automatic climate control, multi-function steering wheel, cruise control, rain and dusk sensors, fog lights and rear parking sensors. Fiat offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard on the special edition. Read – Fiat Mobi – A Perfect Entry-level Car For India
Engine options for the Fiat 500-60th special edition include – a 1.2-litre petrol motor and two 0.9-litre TwinAir. While the former produces 68bhp, the latter is tuned for two states – 84bhp and 104bhp. For performing transmission duties, the car gets a manual and Fiat’s Dualogic gearbox.