The special series Fiat 500 GQ – a collaboration between the automaker and Gentlemen's Quarterly – will make its world debut at the Geneva International Motor Show. The Gentleman's Car was built with the help of the Gentlemen's Quarterly, a men's magazine that Condé Nast edits, setting the style and culture trends throughout the globe every month.
Fiat’s booth will display a showcar of the new version. This model will go on sale next June. This model can be distinguished with its exclusive and refined two-tone matt grey/carbon black livery. The new special series that will be available soon is based on the 500S.
However, its exterior is different when it comes to the two-tone paintwork (metallic grey/black), the chrome-plated mirror covers, the specific 16" alloy rims and the 'GQ' logo on the pillar. It also comes with several exclusive features of this version such as an orange 500 logo on the hub caps, orange brake callipers (just on the 100 HP 1.4 engine version) and grey aesthetic liner.
The orange Fiat 500 GQ logo can be seen on the dashboard and leather seats with matching stitching. Particularly, the new upholstery was created to have the best possible ergonomics, ensuring comfort and character in just one solution.
The Gentleman's Car gets the sports pedal unit with aluminium effect and the leather gear knob. The new Fiat 500 GQ is offered in the saloon and convertible configurations. It is available with the 69 HP 1.2, 85 HP 0.9 TwinAir and 100 HP 1.4 petrol engines. It also comes with the 95 HP 1.3 MultiJet (all mated to a manual gearbox).