We're talking a serious amount of accessories.
The Fiat 500 and 500e hatchbacks are dead in America, but not so overseas (only the Fiat 500X remains on sale here). The new 2021 Fiat 500 two-door has been reborn purely with an all-electric powertrain with a maximum of 118 horsepower and up to 199 miles of range on a single charge. This is more than ideal for European city driving. And then there's the insanely cool Fiat 500 3+1, a three-door model aimed at families and those who require easier rear-seat access and space. If that wasn't enough, Mopar has jumped on board the new 500 bandwagon with a lineup of 80 accessories built exclusively for the little EV.
A total of three sets are available. The Fashion Accessories focus on style with a customized bag tray and special compartments for passengers' smartphones, make-up, and other small items. There are even dedicated diamond-cut wheel rims, a chrome plating pack, key cover, and chevron motif on the roof.
Next up is the Sport Techno Accessories which, as the name implies, is targeted at driving enthusiasts. Features like 17-inch alloy wheels, rearview mirror caps, front and rear logo, and unique motifs on the roof and sides can all be had. Illuminated door sill guards and interior ambient lighting are also offered.
And true to the vehicle's environmental focus, there's the Ethics & Aesthetics and Be Proud accessories. This is quite an extensive list, ranging from having a leaf painted on the roof to an air purifier and a UV lamp enabling owners to sanitize the interior.
Even if none of these Mopar accessories appeals to buyers, they should know the new 500 comes standard with remote control access to the vehicle via an app. Here, owners can check things like charging status, search for public charging stations, request emergency assistance, and even open and close the doors remotely. Owners can even charge their cars at home with the EasyWallbox.
Fiat has no plans to bring its new 500 lineup to the US and we doubt this will change, unfortunately.