Carozzeria Castagna has released a full set of high-resolution images of its newest concept study, the all-electric Fiat 500 Tender Two that’s inspired from the nautical themed late 1950s / early 1960s Ghia Fiat 500 Jolly. If you manage to see through the ‘tender obstacle’ in the opening picture above (if you’re having a hard time, don’t worry, we had the same problem), you may notice that like the Jolly, the 500 Tender Two (details here) has no doors and that its roof has been replaced with a removable canvas top. -Continued Via: Autoblog.it
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