Fiat 500 revised for 2015


The iconic Fiat 500 has been given a mid-life update for 2015, exactly fifty-eight years since the debut of the original car in 1957.

The revamped exterior features new headlights with LED daytime running lights and new rear light clusters. There’s also the revised front and rear bumpers.

Inside, the big news is the new Uconnect infotainment system integrated into the new dashboard. The system includes FM/AM radio, remote controls on the steering wheel, AUX-IN and USB ports and six speakers as standard.

The front seats adopt a more ergonomic shape and the interior upholstery is now available in nine colour combinations.


Further enhancements include a new lidded glove box on the passenger’s side and a revised centre console with new cup holders and a relocated 12V power socket. New electric window switches, which adopt a push-down-pull-up operation, complete the visible interior revisions.

The 2015 Fiat 500 is expected to launch in Australia later this year.


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