Romeo Ferraris introduced a 248-strong special version of the Fiat 500 Cinquone QatarDecember 31, 2017
Italian tuning masters decided to make a special version for the Persian Gulf.
Milan tuning house Romeo Ferraris presented an unusual project on the theme of the icon of the Italian automotive industry – the compact hatchback Fiat 500. He presented a special version called Cinquone Qatar, which absorbed the whole “spirit” of the cultural heritage of the Arab countries.
This Fiat 500 received a new aerodynamic body kit with wing extensions. It includes new bumpers, understated side skirts, a wing mounted above the tailgate, a stylish rear diffuser from which two pipes of a new exhaust system stick out.
Under the hood of the special version Fiat 500 Cinquone Qatar installed a modernized engine with a capacity of 248 horsepower. For the sake of this power it was necessary to install oversized brakes. The controllability of the hatchback with a small wheelbase was improved thanks to the adjustable shock absorbers Bilstein.
The car body has received a white color. Inside, the interior is trimmed with white leather and burgundy Alcantara. Also everywhere there are golden accents, emphasizing the chic Persian sheiks. The central console received a small table, in which niches are inserted two glasses for champagne. True, alcohol is not welcome in Muslim countries. There are no rear seats in the cabin. Instead of them the skeleton of rigidity is established, and in a luggage carrier two racing helmets lie.
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