Fiat has introduced a new trim range that borrows its name from the firm’s two-cylinder engine.
The new TwinAir range – available for both the three-door and convertible Fiat 500 – gets bespoke styling touches and a better spec list, including a satin chrome finished grille and black alloys.
Also on the list are a rear boot spoiler, chrome-tipped exhaust and the availability of a piano black roof, all of which designed to give the new line-up the “fun to drive” factor, according to Fiat.
Inside, it gets a satin chrome finished dashboard and part-leather sports seats.
All versions are powered by the firm’s 0.9-litre TwinAir petrol engine, giving the car a 0-60mph time of 11 sec and top speed of 108mph and two equipment levels are on offer - TwinAir and TwinAir Plus.
The first is fitted with 15-inch Total Black alloys, sports kit, stop-start and electric mirrors as standard. The second comes with 16-inch wheels and adds air-con, leather steering wheel with radio controls, fog lights, brake assist and hill holder systems.