Features of the Bicolore include two-tone exterior paint and chrome touches for the interior
7 December 2010

Fiat has unveiled this 500 Bicolore special at the Bologna motor show.

Features of the company’s latest special edition 500 include two-tone exterior paint, unique alloy wheels and chrome interior touches. According to the company, inspiration for the Bicolore comes from American cars of the 1950s, as well as pop art.

See the official pics of the Fiat 500 Bicolore

Power comes courtesy of the Fiat 500’s innovative two-cylinder TwinAir engine, which produces 84bhp and gives the car a top speed of 108mph.

Fiat’s Bicolore is one of a string of special-edition 500s that have been launched in recent months.

 

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7 December 2010

[quote Autocar]include two-tone exterior paint[/quote]

Oh dear. Looks like something the dog sicked up. Sorry but really!

7 December 2010

looks awful. Not to my taste

7 December 2010

Can't decide whether it looks like cake icing or it has been left out in some snow flurries and only partially cleaned up.

7 December 2010

Doesnt do it any favours...

7 December 2010

On the upside the paint job will distract you from the woeful fuel consumption!

Someone must have been very bored!

7 December 2010

Why not go all the way, paint the roof green and call it the tricolore. My mum had an old Panda with red white and green stripesdown the side....

7 December 2010

I think the 500 actually suits the two-tone effect as an Abarth model (grey on grey) but the red/white doesn't work quite as well.

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