Showing posts in the category of Fiat 500

Retroholics Look Away; Fiat 500 Vintage ’57 To Debut In Geneva


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It seems that Fiat can’t help itself but milk that cute 500 to its very last drop; the already retro Cinquecento just became even more retro-er dressed as a Vintage ’57.

Scoops: Looks Like Fiat is Preparing 500 for a Facelift


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As cute and cuddly as the 500 may be, eight years in the market is a long time, but Fiat appears to want to give the current car a small extension in life before a new replacement arrives.

EVO Review Says Stripped Out Abarth 695 Biposto is Properly Hardcore


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Don’t be fooled by the Abarth 695 Biposto’s small size and toy-like appearance – it’s a full-blown special model built with the same track-focused philosophy in mind as the Renault Megane R26R.

Fiat 500 Plus Imagined as a Punto Replacement


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Fiat is still selling the Punto, a vehicle launched in 2005 that badly needs a replacement. Until one comes, Photoshop manipulator Remco Meulendijk from the RM Design has come up with a suggestion for Fiat, called 500 Plus.

Orders Start for Limited Edition Fiat 500X


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The order books for the new Fiat 500X "Opening Edition" are now...well, open! This small crossover looks quite charming and it will be available in only 500 units.

James Bond to Drive Fiat 500 Too in Next Franchise Installment


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Is the Fiat 500 posh enough for a classy spy like James Bond? It’s going to be featured in the next franchise installment, where it will be driven by star Daniel Craig through the streets of Rome. Hopefully it's the awesome Biposto, although we wouldn't want to see one crashed...

Orders for Abarth's 695 Biposto Far Exceed Production Capacity [70 Photos]


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The fastest street-legal car Abarth has ever built, the 695 Biposto, has proved to be a big success so far.

Available to order since June of this year, the hardcore hot-hatch has already acquired a number of orders “far exceeding the production capacity for this year,” according to Abarth.

Fiat Introduces 500 Ribelle and 500L Urbana Trekking Special Editions in Miami


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Fiat has introduced two new special edition models at the Miami Auto Show, the 500 Ribelle and 500L Urbana Trekking, with both featuring unique exterior and interior features.

Mopar Spruces Up Fiat 500 Abarth and 500L for SEMA


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While the standard Fiat 500 Abarth is a pretty hardcore thing, Mopar thought it can make it even spicier for this year’s SEMA Show.

Yikes! Fiat's New 500L Absolutely Dwarfs the Original 500!


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Need more proof that Fiat's 500 nameplate has kind of lost its meaning over the years?

Fiat 500X Abarth will Reportedly be Made in 2015


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While the Abarth performance sub-brand of Fiat is by no means boring, its spectrum of cars is rather limited. It currently only does a few versions of the 500 and that’s it; they also used to do the Punto too, but that variant was discontinued last year.

Fiat 500 Ron Arad Edition Is Haunted by the Original 500


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Fiat has unveiled the 500 Ron Arad Edition at the Paris Fashion Week, a model that pays tribute to the original 500 in an unusual way.

2015 Fiat 500e Gains Minor Updates, Now Available in Oregon


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Previously sold only in the state of California, the money-losing Fiat 500e has now been made available to EV lovers located further north in neighboring Oregon.

Check Out this Quattroporte… Fiat 500 Quattroporte Rendering


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Since we now have a five-door variant of the all-new MINI, it’s justifiable to consider a similar variant based on its quasi-rival, the Fiat 500.

The little Fiat would definitely benefit from the addition of two extra doors plus wheelbase, and, for the first time since it was created, actually be any good at carrying more than two people and some shopping.

Yes, sure, Fiat already has the 500L, but that’s an MPV and thus could never really be as cool as the actual 500 that people have grown to know, but in slightly elongated form.

This rendered interpretation by AutoProjecoes, while slightly disproportionate-looking (probably due to the use of a photo that wasn’t shot dead on perpendicular), seems quite accurate and paints a picture of what a five-door 500 would look like if Fiat only made it longer than the three-door sans any other design changes.

By Andrei Nedelea

Rendering via AutoProjecoes

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Watch Marchettino's Nürburgring BTG Lap in First Person


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Marchettino is a YouTube user known mainly for his videos of Ferraris and other supercars caught off-guard by his HD lenses in different parts of the world. The Fiorano circuit is a good place where one could find the Italian car-spotter on a given day.

What's a 1967 Ferves Ranger? Basically a Fiat 500-Based Mini-Beach Buggy


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We won’t judge you for not knowing of the existence of the Ferves Ranger, because they never built that many (600 is the official number), and apparently only around 50 of them are still out there.

You Want This 1970 Fiat 500 Abarth 695 SS Replica, Don’t You?


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While not an original scorpion to start with, this 1970 Fiat 500 Abarth 695 SS replica would certainly deserve the little space it would take up on your driveway. It’s got a ton of cool mods on it, all of which contribute to its appealing and quite aggressive look.

Fiat Starts Building 2015 500 Abarth and 2015 500 Turbo with 6-Speed Auto in Mexico


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Fiat has announced that production of the 2015MY versions of the 500 Abarth, 500 Abarth Cabrio and 500 Turbo that are available in North America with an optional six-speed automatic transmission has begun at its plant in Toluca, Mexico, with deliveries beginning later this summer.

Abarth 695 Biposto Is the Official Car of the 2014 Gumball 3000 Rally [w/Videos]


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The fastest street-legal Abarth model ever made, the 695 Biposto, has been named the official car of the 16th edition of the Gumball3000 Rally, with Abarth being the event’s official automotive partner.

Fiat’s Marchionne Asks You to Not buy 500e; They Lose $14,000 for Each One


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The world of industry and business works in twisted ways… So Fiat was forced to create the 500e in order to comply with the California Air Resources Board (or CARB) average emissions requirements, which they did, and actually created a fun little EV in the process too (according to the reviews).