Fiat 1957 EditionJust in time for the summer season, Fiat releases the 500c 1957 Edition. Influenced by Fiat 500 Lounge model, the 1957 Edition brings the good old vintage look and feel, aswell the smooth romance, that only Italy can deliver. There is really something special about Italian brands and fashion. And Fiat 500c 1957 Edition confirms it.

The 1957 Edition delivers the wonderful vintage look with classic exterior in addition with three limited-edition colors: Bianco (white), Verde Chiaro (green) and Celeste (blue). In addition the Fiat team is good enough to equip the reborn classic with 16-inch retro wheel design with a wide chromed lip, color accent and of course the FIAT emblem. The 1957 Edition is geared with a sporty suspension and all-season tires.

The interior continues the vintage  affair with Marrone (brown) seats and Avorio (ivory) accents, that go throughout all the inside. In fact, there is incredible balance between the two colors, which brings not only the vintage feel, but also  feel of comfort and harmony.

The 1957 Edition features redesigned 1.4-liter MultiAir powerplant and C514 five-speed manual transmission. And as with all FIAT vehicles, dynamics are really important, so the model includes a special "Sport" mode, that shows an aggressive side of although cute and friendly car.  In addition, there is an optional upgrade pack, that includes six-speed manual gearbox.

And to ensure pleasure of driving in every season and weather condition, the 500 model comes with a wonderful power-operated top. The best solution for drivers, who don't want to be bothered by the rainy day or the strong wind.

The 2015 FIAT 200 1957 Edition is really a cutie, that deserves attention. You also should check it out. Let me know what you think in the comment section below!

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Source: FIAT