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Fiat has unveiled yet another new 500 special series, this time called Collezione. It is available both as a hatch and a convertible, featuring new chrome trims on the front bumper, bonnet and mirror caps, an exclusive 16-inch alloy wheel design and two new two-tone paint schemes.

Several colour combinations can be chosen, including the two-tone Primavera (Bossa Nova White and Lunar Grey) and  Acquamarina (Bossa Nova White and Smooth Mint) combinations, as well as Taormina Ivory, Bossa Nova White White and Epic Blue. A chrome Collezione logo autographs the boot lid.

The interior has a colour-coded dashboard: white in combination with Primavera and mint in the combination with Acquamarina. The seats are also in two colours, with a grey striped base and ivory upper section, and are embroidered with the 500 logo. The Collezione logo also appears inside, embroidered on the floor mats.

The new Fiat 500 Collezione is optionally available with Fiat’s latest seven-inch touchscreen and HD LIVE radio, which is also Apple CarPlay ready and Android Auto compatible. There are also the options of integrated TomTom navigation and a Beats Audio stereo upgrade.

The Fiat 500 Collezione is on sale now. It is only available with the 1.2-litre 69hp petrol engine, coupled with either a five-speed manual or Dualogic automated manual transmission. Prices start at £13,865 on-road.

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Michael Dalton
Michael Daltonhttp://thevanexpert.co.uk
Michael graduated from university in 2016 with a degree in Human, Social, and Political Sciences. He is a former contributor to both The Car Expert and The Van Expert.