Special Edition Fiat 500 Vehicles Heading to the Miami Auto Show

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The new Cinquecento is arguably the best product Fiat launched in recent years. But a fashion conscious car such as the 500 can also be bettered, especially through Abarth-ization or limited-run models.
Two of the latter will be unveiled at the Miami International Auto Show - a 500 dubbed Ribelle and a 500L baptized Urbana Trekking. Based on the 500’s Pop trim level and Fiat 500L’s Trekking variation, the two were developed to showcase the personalization potential of the carmaker’s most appreciated models in recent Fiat history.

The 500 Ribelle then. This rebellious city dweller is beautified by glossy red paint on the roof, spoiler and mirror caps, a hue that contrasts great with the Nero Puro finish dressing the headlamp and talillight bezels. Those black alloys with red caps aren’t bad either. The cabin is also a tad more special than that of the normal 500 Pop’s. Pricing? That’ll be at least $17,395 not including destination.

Then there’s the 500L Urbana Trekking, which is an overly urbanized variant of the family-oriented 500L Trekking. Its strongest visual points are the Matte Nero exterior mirrors, trim that’s complemented by 17-inch wheels and Satin Chrome door handles, taillight bezels and front fascia accents.

Once you step inside you’re greeted by a sea of tastefully contrasting trim, but the best feature inside comes in the form of the Beats Audio system. That piece of kit is complemented by a 6.5-inch dual-voice coil subwoofer and Beats Audio’s digital sound processing algorithm. If you’re thinking about buying one, then prepare north of $22,795. As for delivery dates, look forward to the first quarter of 2015.
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About the author: Mircea Panait
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After a 1:43 scale model of a Ferrari 250 GTO sparked Mircea's interest for cars when he was a kid, an early internship at Top Gear sealed his career path. He's most interested in muscle cars and American trucks, but he takes a passing interest in quirky kei cars as well.
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