Fiat are releasing more details of the new special series Fiat 500 GQ, which was shown earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show.
The new striking special series model has been styled in collaboration with GQ the mens magazine. The car features orange accents and brings a masculine elegant sporty appearance with its two tone livery.
The model aimed at a predominately male audienc blends the urban feeling of the Fiat 500 with the trendsetting spirit of GQ Magazine.
Based on the 500S, the Fiat 500 GQ is available with the same engines (1.2 Petrol 69 hp, the award-winning 0.9 TwinAir 85 hp and the 1.3 MultiJet diesel 95 hp) and with both hatchback and convertible body types.
The exterior features exclusive standard two-tone paintwork (metallic grey/black), a grey aesthetic liner, black mirror covers, GQ logo on the B- pillar and 16-inch Sport alloy wheels coupled with a contrasting orange 500 logo on the wheel trims.
The Fiat 500 GQ’s interior features, as standard, a sports leather steering wheel with infotainment controls, Blue&Me system with Bluetooth technology, voice recognition, soft Frau Black leather seats with orange stitching and orange 500 logo fitted on the dashboard.
The car’s new upholstery was designed to offer the best possible ergonomics, for comfort and elegance. The internal look of the Fiat 500 GQ is completed by the brushed aluminium sports pedal unit and leather gear knob.
Prices start at just £13,110 OTR for the 1.2 69 hp 500 GQ hatchback version and £15,930 OTR for the 1.2 69 hp 500 GQ convertible version – prices that are £1,700 and £1,520 respectively more than the 500S versions but includeadditional specification and a number of unique styling features as standard.
On-the-road pricing for Fiat 500 GQ versions is as follows, what next the Maximuscle Abarth Model….
|Hatchback 1.2 69 hp||£13,110|
|Hatchback 0.9 TwinAir 85 hp||£14,510|
|Hatchback 1.3 MultiJet 95 hp||£15,510|
|Convertible 1.2 69 hp||£15,930|
|Convertible 0.9 TwinAir 85 hp||£17,130|
|Convertible 1.3 MultiJet 95 hp||£18,330|
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