Italian tuning house, Fenice Milano, made quite a stir recently with their rather flamboyant rendition of the Rolls Royce Ghost. Calling it ‘the Diva’, the tuned-up Ghost was anything but tame.

Turns out, that wasn’t the only car the tuning firm recently played around with. From the minds that brought us the Rolls Royce Diva is another aptly named creation, the Fiat 500 La Dolce Vita.

In fairness to the people over at Fenice Milano, these guys certainly didn’t waste any time and effort blinging up the Fiat 500. It’s got 24k gold inserts all over the car, including the side mirrors, the headlights, and the side pillars. Oh, and that doesn’t even count the gold exhaust pipe and those 17” wheels. On top of all of that, Felice Milano also gave the 500 a hand-made teak detailing, giving it a rather lavish, if not eye-catching, finish.

Whether this special edition Fiat 500 is a home run or a big strike out is in the eye of the beholder. But whatever you may think of it, Fenice Milano really went for a car that completely grabs your attention.

And if you’re interested in one, there are limited pieces available on Jameslist, where it comes in two colors: the Deep Red Sportiva and the Golden Pearl White Classica.

  • 2010 Fiat 500 La Dolce Vita by Fenice Milano
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  (831) posted on 10.11.2010

That’s the problem, techno mania; pimps would love this car, but pimps can’t afford this car.

  (702) posted on 10.6.2010

looks like it has some nice potential, can’t get a real good idea with all the body armor. i am very excited for the return of Alfa Romeo.

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