He Fiat 500 Collection 1957 It is a new collector’s edition limited to 1,957 units with a distinctive design that pays tribute to the heritage of the small Italian city car. Its name comes from the launch of the original 500, precisely in 1957.
That small vehicle proved to be a true giant, driving Italy and being an ambassador of Italian industry. In 2007, the second generation arrived, which became a true fashion icon (it was car of the year 2008) and is still on sale, with a small remodeling in 2015. The third generation, with an electric motor, arrived in 2020 and is one of the best options on the market to move around the city without emissions and in style.
Available to order in several European countries and Japan, the 1957 Fiat 500 Collezione is based on the convertible body, the 500C. Its body is two-tone, combining white Gelato and the green Roared with Beige top, accented by the Silver Beauty Line and 16-inch White Diamond alloy wheels.
There are details that evoke the history of the model, such as the chrome housings of the mirrors or the screen-printed third light from 1957. In the cabin, the ivory-covered seats with Frau leather inserts and the embossed ONE OF 1957 logo stand out. The wooden dashboard and a specific numbered plate in the central tunnel are striking.
This exclusive limited edition is not limited to aesthetics, but also includes chrome details, LED headlights, fog lights and a 7-inch TFT digital screen as standard. Connectivity options improve with Mopar Connect.
In the mechanical section, it is moved by the engine 1.0 hybrid 70 hp (see test), associated with a manual transmission. That’s in Europe, since in Japan they opted for the 1.2 with 69 HP and an MTA system. With more than 3.2 million units sold worldwide since 2007 (2.7 million of them in Europe), which makes it the European leader in the urban car segment in Spain (and in many countries in Europe). )indisputably.