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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Fiat at 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show

Fiat showed off the entire Fiat 500 lineup at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The star of the display was the New 500, which Fiat introduced last July 4th, exactly 58 years after the original Nuova 500 was introduced to the world. While we in the U.S. won't get the exterior changes the New 500 in Europe gets, we do get the new dashboard featuring the Uconnect infotainment system.

New Fiat 500 in Camouflage

The New 500 will offer an option package called 'Second Skin' that allows owners to customize the look of their car with graphics. Different patterns and combinations are offered: 'Lord' (classic tartan), 'Comics' (pop decoration) along with the new two-tone paint, 'Navy' and 'Camouflage'.

Fiat 500L Beats Edition

The market leading Fiat 500L was displayed in Beats Edition trim in addition to a Trekking model painted in Tuscany Green.

Fiat 500X at Frankfurt Motor Show

The Fiat 500X crossover, which is also enjoying brisk sales in Europe, was prominently displayed, as was Mopar with all their accessories.

Some of the stars of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles display at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Images courtesy of FCA.

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