Gentleman's Quarterly partners with Fiat for special two-tone Cinquecento.
The 500 has been a successful model for Fiat – in most markets, anyway – but it has been met with particular enthusiasm among fashion-forward buyers. Fiat hasn't missed that point, rolling out special editions with Diesel and Gucci, and now it has announced one more. Designed in collaboration with men's lifestyle magazine GQ, this new special-edition Cinquecento will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in less than two weeks from now before hitting dealerships in June.
Distinguished by a unique matte grey and carbon black two-tone paint job, the Fiat 500 GQ is based on the 500S model and is further augmented by chromed mirror housings, unique 16" alloys, GQ badges, orange brake calipers and an interior decked out with leather seats, sports pedals and more. Buyers will be able to order the special model with a range of engines, including the 69-horsepower 1.2-liter four, 100hp 1.4, 85hp 900cc TwinAir, and 95hp 1.3 MultiJet diesel, all mated to a manual transmission.