Barbie Gets Exquisite Pink Fiat 500 for Birthday
The exquisite car resulted from the partnership between the Fiat Centro Stile and Mattel and will be officially given to Barbie on March 9, at her birthday party in Milan. As you can see for yourself in the pictures, the car has some unique features that distinguish it from any other Fiat 500. Besides the color which is kind of shocking at first sight, the car has mats which are natural silk yarn and sleek viscose and crystals sparkling on interior bezels, hubcaps, outer window moldings and antenna.
As if all these weren't Barbie-like enough, the glove compartment is packed with lip glosses in various colors that could be perfectly applied if you take a look in the LED-decked vanity mirror. In addition, this Barbie edition Fiat 500 has a special cover featuring a Barbie autograph.
“All-American Ms Barbie already has a number of ‘transport solutions’ available, like thundering GTs and motor homes with endless accessories. So if she’s spotted a 500 and wants one as a gift for this landmark birthday, it’s a signal typical of modern times that there’s a renewed need for dreaming the simple things in life, which give so much, allow us to lighten up, thrill who’s born beautiful or just feels beautiful, but doesn’t have to prove anything. After all, Barbie already has everything. Sleek Barbie is a looker, smart enough to listen to everyone, a universal ambassador opting for a car that never divides but frees everyone from having to declare their social status. The new 2009 version celebrates her birthday with a model that offers a better view of the sun and the stars, all the better for continuing to dream, especially daydreams,” Roberto Giolito, creator of the Fiat 500 confessed.
Barbie enthusiasts can see the special Fiat 500 on Monday, March 9, on the streets of Milan's fashion district. Of course, Barbie will be inside, having Ken as her driver.
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Ms.Barbie is the best character of "mademoiselle" in the world, I do believe.