This awesome special edition Fiat 500 is the work of Alfredo Stola’s Studiotorino coachbuilding and design firm and from what we know, it will make its first appearance at the Paris Motor Show in October. Inspired from the famous Italian comic ‘Diabolik’, the Fiat 500 Diabolika is the 500’s evil twin. Designed and prepared by Studiotorino and Mycrom in collaboration with the publisher of Diabolik, Astorina, the particular 500 is based on the Sport edition of the Italian mini car.
On the outside, the sinister looking 500 Diabolika is distinguished by the sexy matte black finish combined with Studiotorino’s signature matte red tail fins, the retro-look BORRANI spoke rims wrapped in special edition Pirelli tires hand cut and built with the Diabolik eyes shape logo , the Brembo brakes and of course the Diabolik insignias. Studiotorino has also fiddled around with the 500’s interior that boasts high-quality leather sport seats that have been digitally painted with images from the comic strip. -Continued
Additionally, Studiotorino has also upholstered the steering wheel, the gear and handbrake levers in matte black leather and bright red stitching while the gearbox knob is painted in a titanium color. Moreover, the 500 Diabolika features drawing from the comic strip on the sun covers, the roof even on the portable ashtray and the key fobs. According to our sources, Studiotorino plans on producing a total of 50 units of the 500 Diabolika each of which will feature an individually numbered limited-edition plaque.