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.
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.
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?