Now that Fiat and Chrysler have united their destinies, the little 500, which is trying to conquer the American public, will also be brought to the upcoming SEMA event, with the Italian carmaker now teasing two custom incarnations of the car: the 500 Titanium, which you can (almost) see in the adjacent image and the 500 Carbon.
Mopar, Chrysler's parts and accessories division will bring titanium-finished exterior details, using a dark overall look. Inside the car, we'll find a pair of bucket eats, as well as floor mats that use titanium look "500" logos.
As for the 500 Carbon, this uses the 2012 Fiat Sport as starting point, being dressed in a custom blue paint, with darkened exterior and interior details, tinted glass, as well as 17-inch lightweight alloy rims.
Both vehicles will be gifted with performance mods, such a strut tower braces, cold-air intakes, new exhaust system, as well as certain aerodynamic elements, which will use a carbon finish for the 500 Carbon.
All the tuning bits and pieces showcased on the 500 Carbon and 500 Titanium will be subsequently included in the Mopar parts offer.