Automotive Vision

Just a year after its launch in Europe, the new Fiat 500 finally comes to Mexican lands one of the cars most emblematic of Italian automotive culture, the legendary a Cinquecentoa returns to Mexico after five decades as an all-new model that keeps the essence of the original model. The new Fiat 500 will compete directly with the MINI, and t is now available in all agencies of the Italian brand in four versions: Classic, SPORT, Vintage Lounge, all with the same engine, a modern four-cylinder 1.4-liter , 16 valves and double overhead cams to the head and an output of 100 horsepower. Of the four versions above, three of them with automatic transmission 5-speed Dualogic offer a classic exterior appearance (Classic, Lounge and Vintage), while the Sport version is characterized by its orientation clearly sportier, with a monochrome finish , spoiler rear brake calipers red and 6-speed manual transmission. Fiat Chairman Eugenio Clariond Reyes Mexico Another important difference between automatic and manual versions is the indoor environment. While the Classic, Vintage Lounge, and has a light-colored interior with steering wheel and instrumentation similar in ivory, the Sport offers a more intimate cockpit, steering wheel and instruments with black and dark upholstery. It is worth noting that in all cases, the safety equipment is the same: seven airbags, stability control, traction control and ABS brakes and windows, locks and mirrors power mirrors, trip computer, steering wheel wrapped in leather with remote controls for audio system and the innovative Blue & Me system, which integrates Bluetooth mobile phone connection and a USB input for external music players.