Fiat 500-60th: the style revolution

Be one of the first to drive back into the '60s

Introducing the Fiat 500-60th edition. It has been designed to celebrate sixty years of the Fiat 500. The beautiful crafted exterior, the evocative interiors, the uniqueness of the vintage badges and the latest available technology has been designed to turn heads. Everything about this car screams iconic style.

Available exclusively as a convertible.

​Designed to celebrate sixty years of the Fiat 500, the 500-60th edition was revealed at this years Geneva Motor Show which was held in Switzerland. The special edition Fiat will feature an exclusive look and unique contents including a new two-colour paintwork and 16 inch alloy wheels.

The '60s style makes a comeback in the beautifully crafted exteriors, like the charming 'Dolcevita' body and the chrome details on the bonnet and mirror covers. From the 16 inch alloy wheels that feature a white, diamond finish and chrome caps to the elegant, exclusive grey fabric roof, everything about this car speaks of class and excellence.

Every detail inside is a stylistic masterpiece, capable of evoking the mood and atmosphere of the legendary '60s. The new Fiat 500-60th has been designed to add a touch of sophistication to everyday roads.

The interiors are reminiscent of the elegance of the days gone by. The Ivory Frau leather seats have a bordeaux piping which reflects the vintage style. Automatic climate control, rear parking sensors and rain & dusk sensors come as standard. 

A plaque on the central console underlines the exclusivity and value of the special edition. The first 60 units will be individually numbered. 

The all-new Fiat 500-60th will be available in five different engine sizes: 1.2 Petrol 69HP, 1.2 Petrol Dualogic 69HP, 0.9 Petrol TwinAir 85HP, 0.9 Petrol TwinAir Dualogic 85HP and 0.9 TwinAir 105HP. Based on the 1.2 Petrol 69HP engine, the Fiat can reach a top speed of 99mph and can perform 0-62mph in 12.9 seconds. It's fuel consumption is 60.1mpg and produces 110g/km in CO2 emissions.