Coming Soon Fiat 500L 1970



History of the Fiat 500

Known initially as ‘The Cinquecento’ was introduced by Fiat Company in July 1957, and produced under this guise until 1975.

Designed by Dante Giacosa, the Cinquecento was marketed as a cheap, functional and economical town car for post-war Italy. Small size, huge appeal. The original Cinquencento measured just over 9 feet long, and was powered by a 479cc two-cylinder engine, and was considered one of the first ‘city cars’. Despite its small size, the Cinquencento proved to be very popular, and almost four million were produced from launch to 1975.

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