Fiat will premier a new version of Fiat 500 by Gucci model at this year's Detroit Auto Show. The Fiat 500 by Gucci was a massive hit last year and its production sold out quickly. This year, Fiat and Gucci team up again and will offer an additional trim package called the Gucci II. The Fiat 500 Gucci II adds a sporty flavor to the already elegant model. Here is a look at some of the changes.
Matt Davis, Product Marketing Head of Fiat USA, highlights some of the unique attributes of the Fiat 500 by Gucci II. The latest version features gloss black headlights and taillights and gives the car an attractive, smoky look.
Satin chrome door handles help separate the 500 by Gucci from other Fiat 500 models.
The Gucci colors of red and green adorn the roof of the Cabrio model. The 500 by Gucci hardtop will have the familiar side striping of last year's model. Note the gloss black taillights.
The interior of the 500 by Gucci II is where most of the changes occur over last year's model. See the image below to compare last year's interior. The Gucci II theme is dark and of course, chic. The seating is now black, as is the dashboard panel. The Gucci II is also available with a manual transmission.
This image shows the original Gucci interior color combinations from last year. This trim will continued to be offered in addition to the new Gucci II trim package.
Signature Gucci seatbelts and seat stripes tell people in the know that this is a special Fiat.
A shot of the matte black dashboard of the Gucci II. Other Gucci models will retain the matte white dashboard.