2011 Fiat 500 "First Edition"

Fiat has unveiled the special edition 500 "First Edition", a model developed especially for the Chinese market. This special edition is limited to only 100 units and is set apart from the rest because of the creative graphics of five young Chinese designers.

The Fiat 500 "First Edition" will be distinguished by a special three-coat pearlescent white body color, red leather interiors, and a special badge on the door pillar. Under the hood, the model will feature a 1.4 liter MultiAir engine that delivers a total of 101 HP at 6500 rpm and a torque of 98 lbs-ft at 4000 rpm.

"The ’First Edition’ is a special offer exclusively created for Chinese customers and represents a symbol that joins our two cultures. Not by chance, we asked five young Chinese artists to interpret the relationship between our two countries in a creative, original manner, and to fashion a tribute for the launch of the 500 in China," said Lorenzo Sistino.


8 comments:

What’s the weird on this one? The graphics didn’t look eerie for me instead I find it so cool on that and very artistic as well. However, I wonder if it is an electric car?

Haha weird indeed but in some point it is kinda cute and unique. Well considering that the designer of this car is a young Chinese, expect them to be so creative on their own way.

Well, it is really a nice design, so simple but very striking and captivating on it. smiley However, I don’t think that its engine is just enough good for it. I think they should upgrade it more.

It is really weird but in some point it is kinda cute and unique? Well considering that the designer of this car is a young Chinese, expect them to be so creative on their own way. They had a wide imaginations. smiley

I can say that this Fiat 500 will rock your world once you drive this kind of amazing car. The tribal design is adding the angst look which is really look so nice.

If I give an opportunity to reprise the name of this car. It will be called “tattoo car” Well, obviously they have 5 different skin tattoo of car. I wonder where they get the concept of each design.

Hahah weird indeed but in some point it is kinda cute and unique? Well considering that the designer of this car is a young Chinese, expect them to be so creative on their own way.

What’s with the designs? Do Chinese like cars with that kind of design? It makes the cars some kind of weird. Maybe that Fiat 500 is for weirdos.

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