Fiat has unveiled the 500 Coupe Zagato Concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The small city car is designed with the help of Fiat Group's Centro Stile design center.

500 Coupe Zagato is inspired by the original vehicle, which was created in 1952. The new version is 3.55 m in length, 1.63 m in width, 1.49 m in height and has a 2.3m wheelbase.

It is powered by 0.9 liter TwinAir two-cylinder engine with 105PS (77 kW) and 155Nm (114 lb-ft).

500 Coupe Zagato boasts chrome exterior trims contrasted to its Pop Yellow paint. It stands on 17" Chrome Shadow double-spoke rims and behind them there are perforated disk brakes. The tires are 205/40 R17.

The interior boasts two-tone leather upholstery in yellow and black.

Last, but not least, 500 Coupe Zagato offers a port for a smartphone for Internet and satellite navigation.

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Source: Fiat