Here’s Another Round Of Fiat 500 Specials, This Time, For Australia

The Fiat 500 range has gained yet two more members: the 500 and 500C Collezione Fall/Winter that build on the Lounge grade and will go on sale in Australia on August 1.

Priced from AUD $21,990 (USD $15,348) for the hatchback and AUD $25,990 (USD $18,140) for the convertible, they’re limited to 30 units locally and feature enhanced styling inside and out.

The 500 Collezione Fall/Winter Edition has a two-tone Bordeaux and Grey Solid look, accented by the copper liner, chrome inserts in the bumper and on the bonnet line, body-colored side mirror casings and 16-inch alloy wheels with copper finish. Complementing the special look is the ‘Collezione’ badge added at the back, as well as the grey soft top in the open-top models.

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Inside, the latest special edition of the 500 gets the ‘500’ logo and piping on the seats, striped seat inserts, grey body color on the dashboard with copper liner and Bordeaux embroidered ‘Collezione’ logo in the floor mats. The 7-inch UConnect touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone connectivity, 7-inch TFT instrument cluster display, automatic climate control, cruise control, rear parking sensors and front fog lights are standard.

“We’re excited to bring a confident, sophisticated variant to the iconic Fiat 500 product line-up with the launch of the designer-centric Collezione Fall/Winter Special Edition, aligning with the Fiat 500’s positioning of being one of the very few fashionable vehicles available in Australia”, said Director of Brand and Product Strategy, Guillaume Drelon.

Both body styles of the 500 Collezione Fall/Winter Edition are powered by the 51 kW (69 PS / 68 hp) 1.2-liter engine, connected to a standard 5-speed manual or an optional 5-speed automatic transmission.


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  • Matteo Tommasi

    I haven’t seen an article about the new 500e, the photos of the test mules are everywhere.

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