Mar. 2nd, 2011

Fiat 500 Coupe by Zagato

Photo Courtesy of Fiat
Due to the fact that Zagato, the well-known coach builder, is specialized in modifying high-end sports cars such as Bentley, we were surprised to see the Fiat 500 Coupe Zagato at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

The name is inspired by its predecessor built in the 1950s. As you can see from the photos, the car features Zagato's so-called signature: the double hump unique shape of the roof.

As expected, the new Fiat 500 Coupe Zagato keeps the compact dimensions of the standard vehicle, which means that the car is 355 centimetres long, 163 cm wide and 149 cm high, with a 230 centimetre wheelbase. Under the hood we find the TwinAir engine delivering 105 hp and 155 Nm at 2,500 rpm and 95 g/km of CO2 emissions.

According to Zagato, the car was designed for a young and dynamic male target and features a Pop Yellow paint finish. Inside, the car features sporty "diamond" seats and high-tech fabric teamed with yellow chamois leather and the black natural leather of the surrounds which give it a young. The design of the car is completed by the 17-inch "chrome shadow" wheels featuring a double spoked shape and synthetic inserts (made of APP-TECH).

Via 4WheelsNews

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