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Fiat 500C Dolcevita Special Edition lands in Australia

Grab the “good life”! Fiat is offering 30 units of the 500C Dolcevita Special Edition, featuring unique cosmetic touches for the 11 year-old pint-sized convertible.

5 months ago
Henry Man

Fiat has revealed yet another special-edition 500, this time based on the soft-top model.

Based on the top-spec Fiat 500C Club model, the Dolcevita Special Edition adds $4400 worth of “customer value”.

Outside, it is adorned with Gelato white paint, all-round red and white line stripes, and horizontal white and blue striped soft top with a red 500 logo.

Additionally, there are chrome wing mirror covers, 16-inch white alloy wheels, and the obligatory Dolcevita badge at the rear.

Dolce Vita is Italian for “the good life”, and references a 1960 film of the same title.

Inside, the 500C Dolcevita Special Edition gains a wooden dashboard panel with a grey-lined stripe, ivory leather seats with red piping and embroidered 500 logo, and Dolcevita floor mats.

Fiat 500C Dolcevita Special Edition lands in Australia

It is only sold with a 5-speed “Dualogic” automated manual transmission matched to a 1.2-litre engine producing 51kW of power.

As with the 500C Club, equipment highlights include a 7.0-inch Uconnect touchscreen with wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, DAB+ radio, single-zone climate control, cruise control, LED daytime running lights, and automatic wipers and headlights.

The 500C Dolcevita Special Edition is now available for $30,750 before on-road costs.

Fiat 500C Dolcevita Special Edition lands in Australia

It joins Fiat’s current line-up of limited models, including the 500 Collezione Fall/Winter Special Edition and 500X Amalfi.

An all-new third generation Fiat 500 was announced last month, bringing a full-electric drivetrain, revamped interior, advanced safety tech, and widescreen infotainment system. Australian availability is still unconfirmed.

Does the 500C Dolcevita Special Edition pique your interest?


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