Earlier this month, the Italian specialists from Zagato unveiled the new Fiat 500 Coupe at the Geneva Motor Show. The Milan-based tuners decided to develop a coupe version of the small 500 and today, Sergio Marchionne confirmed that this version will enter the series production. However, it will be produced in a limited edition at the plant in Mexico.
Under the bonnet you will find the new TwinAir unit able to develop 105 horsepower and 155 Nm of torque but also able to keep the CO2 emissions under the 100 g/km limit.
In terms of size, the Italian model measures 3,55 meters long and 1,63 meters wide while it has a wheelbase of 2,3 meters. At a glance, we note the new alloy wheels present at the exterior but also the roof which is slightly inclined in the rear part.
Currently we don’t know when the coupe version of Fiat 500 will enter production or how much it will cost. However, if you are looking forward to get one of these you have to be very alert as there will be just a limited edition, expect to see around 500 units.