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Fiat 500: a new special series “Collezione 1957”

The Fiat 500 Collezione 1957 is a new special series of the small Italian city car, produced in a limited edition of 1,957 units.

The Fiat 500 is enriched with a new special series

Launched in 2007, the third generation of Fiat 500 is still relevant today, despite the launch in 2020 of its fourth generation, now 100% electric and sold in parallel. The Italian manufacturer proves it again with the launch of a new special series, called Fiat 500 Collection 1957 and limited to 1,957 copies.
As its name suggests, the Fiat 500 Collezione 1957 pays homage to the second generation of the small city car, the Nuova 500, initially marketed in 1957: it is this automotive icon, symbol of the Italian Dolce Vita, which inspired the modern version of the Fiat 500, launched half a century later.
Proposed in version Cabriolet the « 1957 Collection » stands out by its two-tone livery specific: a bodywork combining the Blanc Gelato and Le Vert Frosted, contrasting with a beige soft top and a silver styling line, all complemented by 16-inch Diamond white alloy wheels, as well as chrome mirror caps. On the rear quarter window, we find a screen printing 1957-2024 which pays homage to the heritage of the 500.

Fiat 500 Collezione 1957: an exclusive livery

Inside, we find ivory-colored seats with leather inserts, add Frau assorted, a covering of wooden dashboard as well as a numbered engraved plaque “One of 1957” in relief fixed on the central tunnel, which recalls the exclusivity of this special series.
In terms of equipment, we find as standard chrome details, LED daytime running lights, fog lights, or even a 7-inch TFT digital screen, the Uconnect infotainment system with its 7-inch touch screen, from Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, not to mention Mopar Connect connectivity services. Under the hood, the 1957 Fiat 500 Collezione features the mild hybrid engine 1.0 Hybrid with 70 horsepower coupled with a manual transmission.
The 1957 Fiat 500 Collezione is already available to order in several European countries, including France, as well as in Japan. In Italy, it is sold at a price starting from 25,900 euros, while the French prices will have to be revealed very soon.

Since 2007, more than 3.2 million copies of the Fiat 500 have been sold worldwide, including over 2.7 million in Europe. Last year, it was the second best-selling small city car in Europe, behind the Fiat Panda.

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