19 May 2004

Students from London’s Royal College of Art have been given an audience with Fiat’s top designers to showcase their design for a Fiat of the future. Frank Heyl, Christian Hrabalek and Etienne Salome’s joint Abarth Pixel concept is part of a proposal to relaunch the Abarth brand, aimed at making more of it than the warm-hatch and aftermarket styling range that it currently is.

The Pixel is a full three-seater in the mould of the Renault Wind concept, with one seat centrally mounted behind the front two. It is designed to accommodate a hydrogen fuel-cell power pack.

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