In Europe, there are 4 versions of the 500 (Naked, Pop, Sport and Lounge). The Naked version is sold in select countries. The other three are more commonly marketed in most countries, however, it is yet to be announced what versions will come to the US.
The Pop version equipment includes: two front airbags, two curtain-bags, two side airbags and one knee-bag, ABS complete with EBD, front headlights with daytime running lights, specific upholstery with a choice of Ivory or Black elements, Dualdrive electric power steering, black electric wing mirrors, height-adjustable steering wheel, centralized locking and electric windows, 175/65 R14” steel wheels with integral wheel hubs.
The 500 Pop specification is available with all three engines, but with the 100 bhp 1.4 16v the outfit includes the sophisticated ESP system and an instrument panel with sporty graphics.
The Lounge and Sport add exclusive equipment to the 500 Pop. The Lounge version includes the Chrome kit which features chrome around the side window mouldings, on the exhaust tailpipe, on the trim of the inside door handle, the gear lever and the front and rear bumpers.
The Sport version includes sport seats with special foam, a rear spoiler, interior upholstery in exclusive colors and fabrics, a chrome-plated exhaust tailpipe and chrome inserts in the door sills.
The Fiat 500 Sport also offers 185/55 R15” sporty alloys, manual climate control, a sport steering wheel with the controls for the optional Blue&Me system, a radio with CD and MP3 player, and electric mirrors painted the same color as the bodywork.
The Sport and Lounge equipped with the 100 bhp 1.4 16v engine also offer the ESP system as standard equipment and an instrument panel with sport graphics.
*Note: This post was about the European Fiat 500. While there are some similarities in trim between the Euro Pop, Sport and Lounge and the US cars, the cars themselves are quite different. The link below explores all the differences and modifications done to sell the Fiat 500 in the US.