Fiat's new open-top 500C Gucci is available in two colour schemes and gets 16-inch alloys
3 August 2011

Fiat has launched a Gucci version of its open-top 500C.

The convertible Fiat 500C by Gucci follows the recently launched 500 coupe version, which Fiat claims to have already received 3000 pre-orders for.

See pics of the Fiat 500C by Gucci

The 500C by Gucci will be available in two colour schemes: white with matte chrome-plated trim and glossy black with shiny chrome-plated trim.

The soft-top will have the traditional green-red-green Gucci colour pattern. The 16-inch alloy wheels will have a double “G” logo in the centre, which will match the body colour.

Before appearing in showrooms the 500C by Gucci will embark on a tour of Europe, stopping at major cities including London between the 16-23 October.

Order books for the car open in August. It will be priced from 20,000 euro (£17,434).

Niki Sorabjee

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