New Fiat 500 GQ Unveiled at Geneva Motor Show

It’s hard to get enough of the small yet sturdy Fiat 500. And it is not that difficult to understand why; the car might not be the grandest or the fiercest but it is agile and has a very appealing design. Now, after releasing the 500S model, the Italian automaker teamed up with the famous Gentleman’s Quarterly to create a vamped up version of the above mentioned new model that was presented at the Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle will feature an attractive and stylish color scheme of carbon black and matt grey.

The modern-day gentleman is dynamic and always on the move so the 500 GQ will be just perfect for him. This new vehicle also boasts the logo of the magazine on the pillar, a set of 16-inch wheels, orange 500 logos on the hub caps, orange calipers on the 100 horsepower 1.4-liter engine model and mirror covers plated in chrome.

In terms of interior design tweaks include an orange Fiat 500 GQ logo on the dashboard, leather on the seats, new stitching, gear knob covered in leather and pedal unit with aluminum effect. Four engine alternatives are available: a 1.2-liter that puts out 69 horsepower, a 0.9-liter TwinAir that puts out 85 horsepower, a 1.4-liter petrol that puts out 100 horsepower and a 1.3-liter MultiJet that puts out 95 horsepower. All the versions have manual transmission and will be available both as convertible and as hatchback.