The Fiat 500-60th has been launched as a celebratory limited edition to commemorate 60 years of the 500.
The limited-run 500 is marked out from standard 500 models with a tweaked logo, exclusive two-tone paintwork and matching alloys, as well as other retro touches throughout, designed to pay tribute to the original 500.
Vintage Fiat badges are also featured inside and out, while the interior is finished with a red vinyl dashboard and matching upholstery piping.
The 500-60th sits atop the 500 range, starting at £19,240 for the entry-level 1.2-litre engined car; £140 more than the range-topping Riva spec.
It’s only available as a 500C, but gets extra kit over the Riva range-topper, including sat-nav, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The most expensive variant is the more powerful 104bhp 0.9 Twinair-engined 500-60th, at £21,000.
It’s not the first time Fiat has released a special edition 500; a 1957 Edition also celebrated the original 500, while hot pink cars were also limited to a run of 500; 200 Fiat 500 Blackjacks were created as well as a special edition in collaboration with fashion brand Diesel, and a £29,600 Abarth 695 Tribuno Ferrari.