The "500 Coupe Zagato" - a concept car created by one of the famous Zagato design studio in collaboration with the Fiat Group Automobiles Centro Stile - made its debut at the 2011 Geneva International Motor Show.
Presented in the Fiat booth, the 500 prototype was inspired by its namesake built in the 1950's by the famous Italian coachbuilder. Yet while Zagato had then completely revamped the exterior style of the basic model, today the designers emphasized the silhouette of the Fiat 500, giving it a more aggressive appeal.
In addition, the roof features the characteristic "double hump" - the emblem of Zagato.
This new concept retains the 500's compact dimensions and the TwinAir 105hp engine. It's finished in Pop Yellow, while the interior has traditional sporty "diamond" stitching and high-tech fabric in yellow chamois leather, surrounded by black leather for a contemporary look.
The leather steering wheel has contrasting stitching to match the yellow chamois grips. The dashboard surround matches the exterior color but was treated in burnished "eco-chrome" to give it more appeal. Lastly, the headlining uses a dark fabric embellished by a transparent thread to give it a delicate shine.
The "500 Coupe Zagato" features the same burnished chrome on exterior elements, while the 17-inch "chrome shadow" wheels are fitted with 205/40 R17 tires and drilled brake discs.