If you are a true Fiat 500 fan you sure do remember the 500 Coupe by Zagato, unveiled back in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The car was inspired by its predecessor, which was built in the ‘50s, and featured the well-known Zagato double hump signature (an unique shape of the roof). The rest of the car keeps the same dimensions: 355 centimetres long, 163 cm wide and 149 cm high, with a 230 centimetre wheelbase.
In the concept form, the Fiat 500 Coupe Zagato was powered by a TwinAir engine delivering 105 hp and 155 Nm at 2,500 rpm and 95 g/km of CO2 emissions.
Moreover, we find custom front and rear bumpers, new side sills as well as a new set of wheels. If you really like the car you should know that Sergio Marchionne recently confirmed that the Fiat 500 Coupe Zagato will hit the dealerships next year!
Still, if you can’t wait until 2013, you should take a look at the Scagliarini Motorsports Fiat 500 Coupe Zagato. This model was based on the Abarth 500 and featured Abarth front seats in alcantara, Brembo brakes and a new performance exhaust system developed by Ragazzon. So if you want the original or the one developed by Scagliarini, you should decide!