Fiat 500 Coupe Zagato Concept Debuts In Geneva

The Fiat 500 Coupé by Zagato is just a concept at this stage, but hopefully soon a little more as it would be shame not to take it into production.

The bodywork of the 500 Coupe features Zagato’s trademark double-bubble roof and almond-shaped side glass. The inspiration came from the similar coachbuilding joint-effort done in the 1950.

The concept is powered by the new 105 horsepower version of TwinAir two-cylinder turbo engine, that has never been used on any of the Group’s models yet.

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