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Atomik Cars (Fiat) 500 Abarth EV ready for sale

With Fiat/Chrysler yet to deliver an all-electric version of its lovable 500 model, someone else had to step up to the plate - and it seems someone has. Atomik Cars, who fittingly use the motto "Anticipating the future", has modified a Fiat 500 Abarth to deliver what it says is "a zero-emissions vehicle that blends supercar performance with city car packaging"...

Fiat 500C Abarth, Fiat Punto Evo Abarth - Geneva 2010

Fiat have presented two of its Abarth performance models at Geneva this year. First up is the Fiat 500C Abarth featuring a 1.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Developing 104kW, the convertible pocket rocket makes the sprint to 100km/h in 7.9 seconds...

2010 Fiat 500C Abarth confirmed for Australia

With the opening day of the 80th Geneva Motor Show now less than a week away, Fiat has released the details of its latest baby racer – the Fiat 500C Abarth. And the best news is that we’re going to get a shot at it in Australia, with the cabriolet version to launch locally sometime after the 500 Abarth coupe, which arrives mid-year...

Fiat 500C is Australia's latest topless model

First deliveries of the new Fiat 500C, the soft top version of Fiat’s award-winning bambino, have now hit Aussie roads. The new Fiat 500C is equipped with a 1.4 litre 74 kW engine with a choice of a manual or DuaLogic gearbox, with prices starting at a recommended retail price of $28,990 for the manual version and $30,990 for the self shifting DuaLogic version, excluding statutory and on road costs...

2010 Fiat 500 Pink released

A lot of my young female friends tell me they like the Fiat 500 but don’t find it quite girly enough. Well ladies, worry no more, because the Italian manufacturer has come to the party with a special edition of the Bambino called the 500 Pink. The limited edition Pink (you’ll never guess how many Fiat is making) goes on sale today in the UK with customers only able to order online...

Fiat 500 BEV all-electric concept debuts in Detroit

Fiat has revealed an all-electric version of its Fiat 500 hatch at the 2010 Detroit International Motor Show. Already one of the most economical and low emissions vehicles on the road, the Fiat 500 BEV takes this one step further by becoming a completely emissions-free vehicle...

Chrysler to show Fiat 500 EV at Detroit Motor Show

Sources close to Chrysler have confirmed that it plans to show two new vehicles at next month's Detroit Motor Show, both of which will hint at future collaborations with Italian partner Fiat. Ready to take centre stage at the show will be an electric version of the popular Fiat 500 and a Lancia Delta hatch dressed with a Chrysler grille...

Fiat Abarth 500 R3T Rally Car

Ever heard of Abarth, the Italian tuner? Italian-Austrian Karl (aka Carlo) Abarth founded the company in 1949 in Turin as Abarth & C.S.p.A., fourteen years prior to Lamborghini staring out. Baby boomer car enthusiasts may be aware of the name, but outside of Italy, there’s always been was a certain mystery surrounding the brand with a scorpion as its logo...

Fiat 500C to receive Abarth make over

Fiat is set to take on the likes of Mini's JCW Cooper Cabriolet when it releases at least two Abarth versions of its upcoming 500C convertible. The hot drop tops are said to be in the final stages of readiness with an expected European showroom debut some time in the first quarter of next year...

Fiat 500 and Microsoft Blue&Me

You’re thinking what on earth do a Fiat 500 and Microsoft have in common? That’s a good question and one, which I didn’t know the answer to until a little yellow Fiat 500 arrived, with what Microsoft claim is the “real” in-car hands free solution...

Fiat 500 open top ready for 2010

Fiat has today announced more details of its open top 500C, due to arrive in Australia mid next year. Paying homage to the original 1957 open top 500, the new 500C offers that same fun feel coupled with a unique blend of innovative modern technical solutions to provide safety, economy and low emissions...