Of five Chinese designers designed and limited to 100 copies, is a special edition of the Fiat 500, which is now presented in Shanghai as “First Edition” and is reserved exclusively Chinese customers. A special feature of the vehicles are their creative graphic designs. The hand-picked as the protagonist of an action shall be the official launch of the Fiat 500 on the Chinese market on 15 September 2011. Any customer who is between 12 July and 15 September 2011 appointed a Fiat 500 takes part in a raffle: The winners may redeem the vehicle they have ordered, numbered against a Fiat 500 “First Edition”. With the Fiat 500, the automaker wants to position in the Chinese market.
The Fiat 500 “First Edition” version is based on the Fiat 500 Lounge and is distinguished by a three-layer pearlescent paint, red leather interior and an emblem on the door handle off. Under the hood operates the 1.4-liter gasoline engine MultiAir, which was awarded “International Engine of the Year 2010″. Combined with a six-speed automatic transmission delivers the engine 101 hp (75 kW) at 6,500 rpm / min and a torque of 133 Nm at 4,000 r /. The Fiat 500 will be offered in China built in Toluca (Mexico) and has a base price of 190,000 RMB. It is available in three trim levels (Pop, Sport and Lounge), twelve exterior colors, nine possible combinations of vehicle color and seat material, and two interior design (in black or ivory).
The compact four-seater has a Blue & Me hands-free and seven standard airbags. In China, the little Italian in many versions and special editions have to be. Fiat 500C Convertible 2012, the exclusive and special series start “Fiat 500 by Gucci”. Until the end of 2012 Fiat also wants to introduce a new sedan to be built together with its partner GAC completely at the Chinese plant in Changsha.
The special feature of the “First Edition” is undoubtedly the design. The five exclusive designs on the sides of cars are available for the connections between the cultures of Italy and China. The five artists wanted to interpret the relations between the two countries and unusually creative. Everyone did it his way: So outweigh Leilei elements of the national folk art, while the designer liked the Wong Mee Panda Bear chooses as a symbol of Chinese culture to the design element. From Asian traditions, can also inspire Benny Luk, the graphic design and web design links. Nod Young is fourth in league with a unique style, whose works also in Great Britain, Germany, USA, Italy and South Africa have been issued. Traditional Chinese patterns come from the master of drawing and illustration, Yan How, for use.
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