It is the sweet life indeed. Except that it isn’t. Fiat Australia, weirdly enough, has outed a special edition Fiat 500C called the Dolcevita which means the sweet life. Make no mistake, we get where Fiat was coming with this special edition 500C, but the current global pandemic just takes the wind out of its sail. The Dolcevita is priced from $30,750.
Anyhow, Fiat says the 500C Dolcevita Special Edition is a chic execution of the renowned quintessential Italian Icon. The special edition Fiat will be landing on our shores in a batch of just 30 convertibles. But if a trendy special edition Fiat 500 isn’t really your thing, head down to our Showroom and check out the best deal on your next brand new Fiat 500. Take up our Best Price Challenge today.
“The Fiat 500C Dolcevita Special Edition brings a new level of sophistication to the distinctive Italian icon. Retaining the fun and charming personality of the Fiat 500, the Dolcevita and its enchanting colour palette and classy design makes this a beautiful addition that truly lives up to its name,” said Guillaume Drelon, Director, Brand and Product Strategy, Fiat and Alfa Romeo.
The differences here in this special edition as compared to the regular version is the addition of the one-of-a-kind white and blue striped soft-top roof paired to the ‘Gelato white’ painted body, with diamond-finished 16-inch white alloy wheels and a Dolcevita badge outback.
Inside, the good life continues with a wooden dashboard with grey liner and Frau leather-wrapped seats with red piping and embroidered with the “500” logo and “Dolcevita” exclusive floor mats. Additionally, there’s a 7-inch touchscreen onboard with DAB+ digital radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with an integrated voice controller as standard.
Under the bonnet is a familiar 1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol-fed engine with 51kW and 102Nm. The mill is mated to a five-speed Dualogic automated manual gearbox. The engine’s fuel consumption is rated at 4.8L/100km.
- Fiat 500C Dolcevita Special Edition - $30,750