Fiat Launches 120th Editions
Commemorative spec available on 500, 500X and 500L
To celebrate the 120th anniversary of Fiat, the 500 family has received a high-spec makeover.
Available on the X and L variants, plus the 500 itself, the 120th models get seven-inch Uconnect systems with a HD touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus 120th edition badging as standard.
The 500 model will be available in conjunction with the 69bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine with either a manual or automatic gearbox and is based on the Lounge spec. This means the copper finish alloys are 16-inches in diameter and the exterior will feature chrome trimmings. The interior consists of tonal black and white pinstriped upholstery, a body coloured dashboard and embroidered 500 insignia on the seats. Body colours of Tech House Grey, Cortina Grey, Crossover Black, Bossa Nova White and also a bi-colour Tuxedo option.
Using the 120bhp 1.0-litre FireFly Turbo petrol unit, the 500X has LED headlights, exclusive 16-inch black alloys, and black side mouldings, body colour door mirrors, two-tone paint and the 120th badging, too. Copper upholstery is unique to the model, whilst rain and dusk sensors, parking sensors at the rear and a unique key cover also make the spec sheet. The exterior options include three Tuxedo two-tone options (Tuxedo signifying that the roof is black) which are Ice White, Ivory and Argento Grey. Single colour paintwork options include Cinema Black, Ice White, Argento Grey and Ivory hues.
Details of the 500L 120th edition are not yet forthcoming, nor details on the model's pricing. We do, however, know that the 500 special edition will start at £14,960 on the road pricing, whilst the 500X counterpart will cost at least £19,495 – both models are available to order now.