Fiat 500 150th, obviously, celebrates 150th anniversary of unification of Italy. But it’s actually destined for South Africa.
And as you expect, it feature some special badges reading 150 on the B-pillars and inside on the floor mats. But there are other distinguishing factors by which you can tell this car apart from normal models, namely five-spoke 15? sport alloy wheels, chrome detailing on the exterior, rear spoiler in body colour, grey/black cloth interior and…
The car is based on the Fiat 500 Lounge model, and is powered by 1.4 16V engine that averages 6.1 liter per 00 km and does 0 to 100 km/h in 10.5 seconds.
The car comes as standard with traction control, stability control (ESP), hill holder, ABS, EBD, hazard light activation in panic breaking and seven airbags, plus radio/CD/MP3 as well as Fiat’s Blue&Me phone system. On top of this you get a leather steering wheel (and matching leather gearknob) with integrated audio/telephone controls.