Fiat 500 Cattiva

By - August 14th, 2013

Fiat 500 Cattiva

According to Fiat, “Cattiva” means someone is “naughty, but cool” in Italian. Perhaps more importantly, in the car world, it translates to a new, but sporty package for the brand’s chic 500 Sport and 500 Turbo. You’ve got to hand it to Fiat, considering they have a relatively small canvas to work with, they decided not to hold back from creating a new over-sized personality for the city-car, including the addition of blacked-out headlights, tail-lamps, and parking lights as well as a new set of 16-inch alloy wheels painted “Hyper Nero.” A glossy black roof and rear spoiler also help to complete the “naughty” transformation of the 101-HP 1.4-liter 4-cylinder Sport or the 135-HP Turbo. Inside, a matching matte black dashboard, black and gray seats (with optional leather), and a leather-wrapped shifter and steering wheel complete the inner transformation. Aside from the additional preview shots after the click, look for the 500 Cattiva to make its official debut at the Concorso Italiano in Monterey, California, on August 16 with sales expected to begin later this year.

Fiat 500 Cattiva

Fiat 500 Cattiva

Fiat 500 Cattiva

Fiat 500 Cattiva

Fiat 500 Cattiva

via: WCF

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