The Fiat 500 GQ is a very exclusive Fiat model opening to the world at the Geneva Motor Show. The new design results in a cooperation with the Condé Nast publishing monthly men’s magazine “Gentlemans Quarterly”.
The Fiat 500 GQ is seen in Geneva Auto Show in a gray matte and carbon black, as commercially available production model it rolls from June 2013 in the showrooms of Fiat dealers. The Fiat 500 GQ should appeal minded, metro political men and friends of sophisticated aesthetics, which are difficult to style-conscious and always linked with their web community. However, the new Fiat aimed at men, “who enjoy has to offer him the modern city of fun, culture and social life,” so the idea of Fiat model.
Fiat 500 GQ comes with orange design elements
The new Fiat 500 GQ is based on the equally new variant 500S and consist of the two-tone paint, chrome mirror housings, special 16-inch alloy wheel and GQ emblems on the B-pillars orange 500 logo on the wheel hubs, the same kind brake calipers on the 100 hp model as well as a decorative stripe in gray. The interior is waiting with an orange Fiat 500 GQ logo on the instrument panel, while the leather seats with contrasting stitching and ergonomically optimized padding and the value of the interior of the Fiat 500 GQ says. Sports pedals in aluminum look and the leather-wrapped shift knob complete the elegant ambience with style.
Four engines for the Fiat 500 GQ
The Fiat 500 dealers offer the GQ with the petrol 1.2 8V (51 kW / 69 HP), 0.9 TwinAir 1.3 (63 kW / 85 HP) and 1.4 16V (73 kW / 100 hp) and with the 70 kW/95 hp turbo diesel Multijet on, always as a manual switch. Man of the World, between the Fiat 500 Cabrio and choose the coupe. With the Fiat 500 GQ model cycle ends of the world sold over a million copies Fiat 500.