Fiat has expanded the 500 lineup by adding the Colour Therapy model which is slotted between the 500 Pop and 500 Lounge.
It was only a couple of days ago when Fiat introduced the Abarth 595 Turismo and Abarth 595 Competitizone for the UK market. The Italian automaker is back with yet another version of the 500 which will be slotted between the 500 Pop and Lounge versions of the city car. Wearing the "Colour Therapy" moniker, this new iteration of the Fiat 500 was designed to "bring back the spirit of the 1970s with a collection of vibrant colors and retro white detailing."
Fiat mentioned that this version is offered for both the hatchback and the 500C and is available with a choice of two gasoline engines: a TwinAir 0.9-liter and a 1.2-liter unit. There are five special exterior paint finishes available: Tech House Grey, Volare Blue, Pasodoble Red, Countrypolitan Yellow and New Age Cream. We should mention that the convertible model comes with a canvas top that rolls back.
This Fiat 500 Colour Therapy is fitted with white wheel surrounds and door mirror covers, a bespoke key cover and a "poolball" design gear knob in matching color. Fiat mention that this edition of the 500 brings 1,000 pounds of additional equipment for only 800 pounds more than the base Pop model.
The cheapest version money can buy is the 1.2 Colour Therapy priced at 10,760 pounds (OTR), while the 500C 0.9-liter Colour Therapy TwinAir will set you back 14,510 pounds (OTR).
Check out the press release for additional info.