Yet, the automaker has launched a new one, called ‘Collezione’, which is said to celebrate the car’s “timeless style and design”, its “iconic status” and “ever-fashionable personality”.
In plain English, what we’re looking at is another Fiat 500 special edition, available in both hatch and convertible body styles, and fitted with some colorful accents.
Chrome trims on the front bumper, bonnet, and mirror caps, 16-inch alloy wheels, Collezione logo, and optional two-tone liveries, such as ‘Primavera’ (white and grey) and ‘Acquamarina’ (white and green) set it apart from the rest of the family. The city car can also be had in Taormina Ivory, Gelato White, and Blue Dipinto di Blu Blue.
The interior of the Fiat 500 Collezione matches the color of the bodywork, and this is where another Collezione logo is found, alongside the optional 7-inch UConnect infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Music lovers can choose the Beats Audio Hi-Fi system from the options list too.
Fiat offers this special edition with different petrol, petrol+LPG, and diesel engines, with outputs ranging between 69hp and 105hp.
The Fiat 500 Collezione will be displayed at the brand’s booth in Geneva, alongside other special editions versions, plus the 500X S-Design, Tipo S-Design, and 124 Spider S-Design.