2010 Fiat 500C Sardinia by Romeo Ferrari

You might remember Romeo Ferrari for their tuning package for the Alfa Romeo MiTo . However, today the tuner has focused their attention to another Italian car: the newFiat 500C .

The new package is called the "Sardinia" and is dedicated to the island with the same name. Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, is well known as an exclusive holiday spot for the jet setting crowd. This special edition will be limited to only 50 units and will be painted in an exclusive twin tone emerald green-beige finish.

The exterior package includes 16" wheels in a multispoke design, a polished finish, and a dual exhaust at the rear. The interior of the 500C has quite an interesting feature as the beige theme from the exterior gets thrown in with a special cork from the oak trees found in Sardinia. The cork is used on the gear lever and center console trimming. The emerald green found on the outside of the car also makes its way into the vehicle by use of the green floor mats. The leather seats include a beige-sand color contrast.


4 comments:

Sorry, but the car pictured above is not a convertible - that’s just a big sunroof.

I think the fiat convertible that was introduced in 1957 looks quite similar to the actual one. It is very cute and chic though. I think this car it is the perfect car for girls as we love small, cute and reliable cars.

It’s really hard to do two-tone right on modern cars, and this one accomplishes that.

good thing they’ve place the panel gauges at the driver side,
the mini looks with the center gauges.

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