Fiat has unveiled its latest special edition 500 – the Collezione – which appears in its Autumn guise. This is the second Collezione to be revealed this year – the first being revealed in Spring by the Italian manufacturer. The differences are purely style-related, with a new range of liveries, colours and interior combinations available.
A new ‘Brunello’ livery is offered, and features Bordeaux paint and grey detailing, and continues in the line of bold colour combinations offered by Fiat on its special edition versions.
The Collezione is available as both a hatchback and as a convertible (500C), with the three-door hatch coming with a fixed glass sunroof as standard.
Copper pinstriping on both the interior and exterior sets the car apart from other 500 iterations, and standard-fit 16-inch alloy wheels also have a copper shade to them.
On the interior, the aforementioned copper accents appear alongside part-leather seats, Bordeaux logos and model-specific floor mats.
Other standard kit on the Collezione includes parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers, and a seven-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity.
The Collezione is solely offered with a 68bhp 1.2-litre petrol unit, and with a manual or automatic gearbox. A more powerful turbocharged TwinAir is offered on other trim levels, though.
Fiat is rather familiar with special edition models, having teamed up with a number of high-profile firms such as fashion house Gucci and yacht builder Riva for past models. Over 30 different editions have been made since 2007 for the 500 across Fiat and Abarth.
Order books are now open for the Autumn-inspired model, with prices starting from £14,060.