SEMA 2011: Tribe Agency’s Fiat 500 Alpha Bravo Project


Another customized car has been released ahead of its debut at the SEMA Show next week.

During the build-up to the SEMA Show (which opens next week), we are seeing models from all over the country preparing to debut at the annual event in Las Vegas. The latest rendering to appear comes in the form of a Fiat 500, dubbed the Alpha Bravo. Built by Tribe Agency, the Italian hatchback receives a bespoke two-tone black and army green wrap by Wraptivo. The stance has been lowered it features an Inno sports rack on the roof.

The Fiat sits on a set of exclusive forged wheels wrapped in Falken rubbers. Tribe drew inspiration for their Alpha Bravo Project by their desire to turn the ordinary Fiat 500 into an extreme hatchback. Though they desired to create an all-terrain vehicle, even some goals are too lofty for a subcompact such as this. The Tribe Agency Fiat 500 Alpha Bravo Project will debut at the SEMA Show in the Meguiar's Car Crazy Coral next week.

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