Buyers (European buyers, anyway, although specific availability has yet to be disclosed) will be able to choose between three frugal yet punchy gasoline engines (ranging from 69 horsepower to 100) and one diesel engine, mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Based on the sporty 500S specification, the GQ edition will be launched at the Geneva Motor Show among much more expensive, but not necessarily more stylish, vehicles with deliveries starting in June.
Of course this isn't the first time GQ has dabbled in automobile design. In 2010 the British edition partnered with Citroën on a unique sports-coupe concept called, appropriately enough, the GQ by Citroën. Unlike the French coupe, however, the special-edition Fiat will be commercially available.