Fiat 500 Coupé Zagato unexpectedly introduces at Geneva Motor Show


Fiat unexpectedly introduced the Fiat 500 Coupé Zagato at the Geneva Motor Show. The Fiat 500 Coupé Zagato is similar to the regular three-door hatchback model. Nonetheless, the concept receives a totally new top with a sloping coupe-like roof showcasing Zagato’s trademark double-bubble design.

Regrettably, the Fiat 500 Coupé Zagato is just a concept for the time being. The 500 Coupé Zagato is in fact takes on design cues that are similar to its coach building days in the 1950s. Along with Zagato’s trademark double-bubble design, it features almond-shaped side glass and Pop Yellow paint job.

The Fiat 500 Coupé Zagato is powered by a 105-horsepower version of its TwinAir two-cylinder turbo engine. It produces 114 lb-ft of torque with CO2 emission at around 95 g/km. Additional features include the chrome exterior elements, 17-inch chrome alloy wheels wrapped in 205/40 R17 tires and 4 perforated brake discs.