The 2016 Fiat 500 has been spied inside-out yet again, ahead of its official unveiling on 4 July. The latest spyshots, coming from Facebook fan page Ferd, clearly reveal the facelifted model’s front-end and interior.
Up front, the revised bumper sees extensive usage of chrome, while the LED daytime running lights come integrated into the foglamps. Previous spyshots have also revealed that the tailgate has been modified for larger number plate and a wider chrome number plate trim above it.
The redesigned taillamps no longer house the reversing lights. There’s a single reversing light now, integrated into the right fog lamp on the bumper which has been tweaked to feature a full-length chrome strip.
Noteworthy changes inside the car include a redesigned steering wheel and addition of the new UConnect 5-inch infotainment system with satellite navigation as an option. Two of FCA’s internal documents for the facelifted Fiat 500 that leaked in June revealed that petrol engine choices on the model range will include a 0.9-litre TwinAir turbocharged two-cylinder unit and a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder unit.
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