Milan-based Garage Italia Customs has an ongoing project that produces vintage electric cars. Dubbed 'E-Icon,' the project is intended to help classic cars transition from the analog to the digital age. For example, the company works on the Fiat Nuova 500 — a model that is produced between 1957 and 1975. The updated version features a " five-inch dashboard display which shows a custom graphic interface."
While the exterior of the car boasts some adorable old-timely baby blue sensibilities, the interior is reminiscent of a picnic through the incorporation of wicker seating. Like other vintage electric cars, the Fiat 500 needs a charging point and Garage Italia discreetly places it under the Fiat badge. In addition, the gear lever has a picture of a tortoise and a hare, signifying the vehicle's two speeds.