Fiat will debut the special series Fiat 500 GQ at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The model is a result from the collaboration with Gentlemen’s Quarterly, the men’s magazine edited by Conde Nast.
The Fiat 500 GQ is dedicated to the metropolitan man of the third millennium and is based on the 500S and features a metallic grey or black exterior, chrome-plated mirror covers, unique 16″ alloy rims and the ‘GQ’ logo on the pillar. The Fiat 500 GQ will be available in the saloon and convertible configurations and different engine versions, including the 69 HP 1.2-liter, 85 HP 0.9-liter TwinAir and 100 HP 1.4-liter petrol engines, as well as the 95 HP 1.3-liter MultiJet (all combined with a manual gearbox).
The Geneva International Motor Show witnesses the world debut of the special series Fiat 500 GQ resulting from the collaboration with Gentlemen’s Quarterly, the men’s magazine edited by Conde Nast which sets the style and culture trends across the world each month. Available for purchase next June, a showcar of the new version will be on exhibit at the Fiat booth. This model stands out for its exclusive and refined two-tone matt grey or carbon black livery.
Resulting from the partnership with the world-famous men’s magazine, the Fiat 500 GQ is dedicated to the metropolitan man of the third millennium: a fan of sophisticated aesthetics and uncompromising style, he’s a young customer who’s always connected to his web community, who enjoys what life throws his way to the full, experiencing the fun, the culture, and the social life of the modern city.
The new special series about to be marketed is based on the 500S, yet the exterior differs in the two-tone paintwork metallic grey or black, the chrome-plated mirror covers, the specific 16″ alloy rims and the ‘GQ’ logo on the pillar, as well as some exclusive features of this version an orange 500 logo on the hub caps, orange brake callipers only on the 100 HP 1.4 engine version and grey aesthetic liner. Similarly, the car features the exclusive orange Fiat 500 GQ logo fitted on the dashboard and leather seats with matching stitching. Specifically, the new upholstery was designed to offer the best possible ergonomics, guaranteeing comfort and character in a single solution