Italian designers Alessandro Camorali and Alessio Minchella met back in 2010 while working at Pininfarina and combined their passion for cars and motorbikes to create a "hybrid" called the Camal. The Camal was formed around the concept of delivering stylish products that could be affordable to everyone. Both Italian designers then sat down and came up with a retro-like Fiat that resembles old rally cars with its additional headlights. The end result is the 500 Marcia Corta.
Camorali and Minchella have changed the bodywork in order to comply with the original Fiat 500 and ensure adequate air flow to the ducts. The rims are quite impressive and give the 500 Marcia Corta a very modern look while keeping its retro feel. The designers are currently looking for partners for production and distribution.