/SEMA 2011: Tribe Agency Fiat 500 Alpha Bravo

SEMA 2011: Tribe Agency Fiat 500 Alpha Bravo

tribe fiat 500 alpha bravo at SEMA 2011: Tribe Agency Fiat 500 Alpha Bravo

Tribe Agency Fiat 500 Alpha Bravo is getting ready for 2011 SEMa show, and here’s a rendering to show you how it looks like.

This is a uniquely tuned Fiat 500 slammed on 6015-T6 forged wheels with Falken tires. The massively flared arches and the body kit give the car a cool-boy character, which is boosted by the two-tone black and army green finish.

The army paint job is in accordance with the name they’ve given this car: Alpha Bravo. Those into military stuff know they are ground call signs for patrols on the field, usually assault forces. Very cool!

Other features of the car include Air Lift suspension, and a roof rack which reflects on the car’s go-anywhere ability. We won’t be surprised if it comes with M-16s strapped to its door panels and a grenade launcher.

This is a different and pretty awesome tuning kit. We just wish they’d picked a more manly car than Fiat 500.

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