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Fiat 500 Bellavista Design Concepts for Stylish Speedster and Roadster Variants

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The Fiat 500 is beloved subject for many professional and amateur designers to express their creativity and skills. The 500 concept studies bundled under the Bellavista moniker that you see pictured here are the work of the students from the Polytechnic of Milan and Madeindreams.

The students developed two similar prototypes based on the Abarth 500. The first is a two-seater roadster model with a regular windshield, beefed up wheel arches, a double canopy behind the headrests and re-styled front and rear bumpers.

The second model we see in these designs is a more radical and sporty speedster-like variant with a cut-off windshield and small side windows. The rest of the car looks like it keeps the same bloated bodywork as the Roadster.

You can check out the renderings of both models in the gallery after the jump.

Story References: Madeindreams Autoblog.it


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7 Comments:

911 said... »September 21, 2012

Looks like a mini Veyron  - It's only missing the two color paintjob and different tail lights. Somehow I can't stop smiling when I look at that thing^^

Luc Helterbrand said... »September 21, 2012

sweet design exercise. Perfect compliment to the 500 and 500C. If Mini can offer the variants it has for its iconic car, then Fiat should easily be able to handle a few more like this.

Made for Two said... »September 21, 2012

It's kinda cool, but certainly highlights how tiny this automobile really is in real life.

James Bland said... »September 22, 2012

so freakin hot

Braddo said... »September 22, 2012

certainly alot better than that hideous sedan version...

Rin said... »September 22, 2012

This car is ugly and it's sad how many MEN today talk about wagons and hatchbacks. Its a shame.. minicar loving men? Wow

Nelson Auto News said... »September 27, 2012

Cute!

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