Published on 26 Oct 2011 by Adriano
Fiat and Mopar will launch two special editions of the 500 at the upcoming SEMA. Unlike many of the cars on display at the Las Vegas event, the two models - renamed ‘500 Titanum’ and ‘500 Carbon’ - will actually become available for the whole American market in the form of two Mopar aesthetic packages, that will have to be integrated to the standard model.
Fiat 500 Titanium (teaser above) boasts a brand new front end, with re-designed grille and bumper. Other distinguishing features are black livery, 16″ wheels, lowered ride height, side skirts, customized braking and exhaust systems and rear spoiler. Besides, it sports handles and wing-mirrors with matt titanium finishing. As for the interiors, the black theme continues with black leather seats, black carmats with Titanium Metallic “500″ logo and black finishing with Titanium Metallic inserts.
The 500 Carbon uses a blue livery, blackened windows, re-designed front bumper - with integrated satin carbon fiber fog-lamp bezels and lip spoiler - and 17″ aluminum rims. Its ride height has been lowered, while air intake and exhaust systems have been modified. Satin carbon fiber door handles and mirror caps complete the exterior look of the car. The passenger compartment is highlighted by Anodized Azzurro accents, and features black leather sport seats, black chrome finishing and an interesting carbon fiber instrument panel.