The new 'Fiat 500' allows for far more customization than previous models. Fiat has done little to change its classic signature car but the 2015 model leaves more room for personalized accents.
Since its 2007 resurgence as one of Europe's favorite cars, its basic shape and features have been kept the same with the exception of a few technological and aesthetic upgrades. The front grille now resembles pins rather than mesh,and the rear lights are now ring-shaped rather than solid. The interior has been also been slightly redesigned to become more ergonomic.
Ultimately, the Fiat 500 allows for far more customization and consumer choice than ever before -- starting with a much wider array of color choices including interesting two-toned pairings. An upgraded Prince of Wales check seat is also offered, often found in more expensive cars than this economical model.