Recent rumors tell us that the Fiat 500 Zagato coupe was allowed to be introduced and produced in limited edition.
There are not a lot of details yet, but Sergio Marchionne Fiat's CEO, confirmed the vehicle's status while making comments about the Toluca Assembly Plant in Mexico. For now the car will be built in Europe, but the date when the model will be introduced was not made public so far.
Under the cover, engine options are expected to start from the standard 500. What does this mean? Well, the primary offering will likely be the TwinAir two-cylinder that develops 65 PS (48 kW / 65 hp) to 105 PS (78 kW / 104 hp).
We'll soon know more.
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