Fiat have released it's new 500, exactly eight years and more than 1.5 million units after the popular city car was re-launched.
The new Fiat 500 has retained its size dimensions but the manufacturers have managed to pack more advanced technologies into the small package, which also comes with a host of new customisation ideas.
No fewer than 1,800 changes have been made to the new 500, all of which are designed to improve the ownership experience.
The enhanced interior boasts new Uconnect Infotainment systems with DAB and TomTom satellite navigation, whilst the exterior of the car has received new headlights which adopt innovative polyellptical modules for improved night vision and extra safety.
A range of environment-friendly, Euro 6-compliant engines power the new Fiat 500, transmitting the power onto the road via five- and six-speed manual gearboxes or a Dualogic robotised transmission.
The new Fiat 500 will soon be available in the UK with three trim levels Pop, Pop Star and Lounge and in hatchback and convertible versions.
by: Laura Thomson