The Fiat platform was full of spectators today at the media opening of the 2011 Geneva Motor Show when the automaker revealed the 500 Coupe Zagato. This prototype boasts an aggressive styling design with its unique roof shape and "double hump" that's became the true emblem of Zagato. The vehicle retains the compact dimensions of its basic variant, but under the hood there is a 105-horsepower TwinAir engine at play.
The model that was shown at the Geneva show comes in a Pop Yellow livery, which is clearly aimed toward young customers. Inside, the interior highlights include the high-tech fabric teamed with yellow chamois leather as well as black natural leather. The sportiness continues on the steering wheel, which is also covered in leather with contrasting stitching. Check out the live shots from the prototype's unveiling.