First of all, let us state that the only other versions of the new 500 that Fiat has officially confirmed are the sporty Abarth and the Cabrio. However, with all the commotion that’s going on in Europe with the new 500, it’s only logical to assume that the Italian carmaker will invest on this craze by adding more versions to its premium mini in the near future. And what a better idea than the revival of the 500 Giardiniera; an estate version with extended rear quarters offering more space for passengers and their luggage. Something like a smaller, and obviously more economical, version of MINI’s forthcoming Clumban. Infomotori’s artist impression also includes a rather folkloric basket on top of the roof that we could without but hey, no one’s perfect. -Continued below Via: Infomotori
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