Fiat 500 Collezione 1957 Driving Video

In 1957 FIAT introduced the world to its small great car: the Fiat 500, the vehicle which would become an emblem of mass motorization and a true global ambassador of 'Made in Italy' production. To celebrate the passion and the worldwide love for the icon, FIAT is launching the new special limited-edition series ""Collezione 1957"" a collectors’ edition in only 1957 units. This limited-edition model is available for order starting today in selected European countries and Japan.

The Fiat 500 Collezione 1957 stands out with its exquisite cabrio design and exclusive features. The exterior of this limited-edition model features a two-tone White Gelato and Rugiada Green bodywork with Beige capote, accentuated by the new Silver Beauty Line and 16"" White Diamond alloy wheels.

The chrome mirror caps, and 1957 serigraphy 3rd light pay homage to the car's heritage, bridging the gap from 1957 to 2024. The interior is equally captivating, featuring ivory-wrapped seats with Frau Leather inserts and a distinctive ""ONE OF 1957"" embossed logo, a wooden dashboard, and a dedicated numbered plate on the central tunnel.

This exclusive limited-edition is not just about aesthetics, but also incorporates chrome details, LED DRL, fog lights, and a 7"" TFT digital display as standard features. The connectivity options are elevated with MOPAR CONNECT, a feature which ensures safety, monitoring, and convenience for the customers. Equipped with a 1.0 Hybrid engine delivering 70 horsepower, coupled with a manual transmission for the European market, a 1.2-liter engine with 69 horsepower, and an MTA system for the Japanese one, the Fiat 500 Collezione 1957 is a timeless celebration of automotive craftsmanship and innovation.

With more than 3.2 Million units sold worldwide since 2007, including over 2.7 million units in Europe, the Fiat 500 has always been the European leader in the city-car segment along with the Fiat Panda: in 2023, it is the second best-selling city car in Europe, following the Panda, with 109 thousand units sold and a market share of 20%. It is on the podium in the A segment in 9 countries: 1st in Germany, Spain, Austria, Belgium, and Portugal – 2nd in Italy and Poland, and 3rd in France and the UK.