Fiat, the renowned car manufacturer, has recently made an interesting decision. They have halted the production of gray cars, a symbol of Italian architecture, and have instead embarked on a unique collaboration. Teaming up with the furniture company Bonacina and Garage Italia Customs, they have set out to give a fresh makeover to the iconic Fiat 500 Spiaggina, taking us on a delightful journey back to the 60s.
Referred to as a beach car, this Fiat model evokes memories of classic French and Italian films set on Mediterranean shores. Originally introduced in 1958, this small racing car immediately captivated the public with its sleek style and open convertible top.
Now, over eight decades later, the Fiat 500 is set to be transformed without losing its nostalgic charm. Leveraging their expertise in refinement and aesthetics, the Italian furniture company has chosen to outfit the interior seats with rattan, and the doors with rope. This surprising and delightful combination promises an authentic experience of the Italian Dolce Vita!
If this revamped model catches your attention, you can place your order through the official Garage Italia Customs website, with prices starting at 65,000 euros. This initiative brings to mind the transformation of a Renault 4L into a designer space with a panoramic view, showcasing the boundless creativity in the automotive world.