Mopar is used to tuning quite impressive machines and unless you’re not a fan boy of the competition, you’ll find their work quite well done.
Chrysler boys do get some good toys, but what’s with this creation? It is readied for SEMA, it is made by Mopar but the badge on it reads Fiat.
Something seems to have gone awfully wrong here. Why would this happen? Come on, our memories are not that short, Fiat and Chrysler are now sharing a bed.
Thankfully, it’s not a truck bed but you get the point I’m making. Whereas Dodge did the sports car, Chrysler did the luxury one, it was bound that we got to see something more funky.
Fiat’s retro styling is nice, but it’s not fitting of the US scene so much, particularly the modifying one. That’s the simplest way of justifying the mods they did to this car.
Dubbed the Fiat 500 Beach Cruiser, this is a convertible version of the miniature car. That means the sun can really come into it at times.
Where better to soak that magical star up if not the beach? You can now take on its sandy presence through some much wider tires and the redesigned body kit makes it look fitting for the environment.
Just pray to god some giant doesn’t turn up and start playing with it cause you’re never getting it back.
According to Mopar, highlight features are on the inside. That’s where you’ll find teak woodwork for the floors, beach towel insert seats and upgraded trim.