2016 Fiat 500S Exterior and Interior
Fiat launched the new 2016 Fiat 500S, a regular door sporty variant 500. The model was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show and is now on sale. Despite the 500X and 500L be models other than the 500, 2016 Fiat 500S is marked by sportier bumpers, alloys and body, and a series of internal improvements.
Exterior and Interior
The new 2016 Fiat 500S comes with the same head lamps and fog updates as the standard face lifted car, but offers new alloy wheels 15 inches, redesigned front and rear bumpers, side skirts and a rear spoiler on the trunk lid. Exterior details selected, including door handles, mirror housings and alloy wheels, get exclusive graphite satin finish. A chrome exhaust tip and tinted rear windows are also fitted as standard. Drivers can choose between two 2016 Fiat 500S color specific paint, electronic blue (top) and green matt (below). Further optional extras include large alloy wheels 16 inches with a new “diamond matte” finish.
2016 Fiat 500S can be specced interior with blue trim, white or yellow to contrast the black and pavilion seats. Satin graphite detailing on the dashboard and steering wheel sport new standard, while leather upholstery is another option. A digital instrument display for all models of 2016 Fiat 500S as a new infotainment system with seven-inch touch screen with Bluetooth and DAB digital radio. Carplay Apple and Android Auto feature will soon be available for the 2016 Fiat 500S drivers. A 440W beats audio system with seven speakers and a digital amplifier debuted in 2016 Fiat 500S. This accessory has finally offered in the rest of the Fiat range at the end of 2016. Fiat says the system recreates the sound spectrum hears an artist while in the soundstage.
The engines are shared with the rest of the 500 range, with 68bhp less 2016 Fiat 500S engine of 1.2 liters. The range is completed by the 94bhp 1.3 MultiJet II diesel. It is also the most frugal car in the range, according to figures Fiat, returning 83.1mpg combined CO2 emissions of 89 g / km. The 104bhp 0.9-liter Twin air is the most powerful and fastest 2016 Fiat 500S is aligned with a 0-62mph time of 10 seconds and a top speed of 117 mph.
Release and Price
Fiat has not revealed the amount in 2016 Fiat 500S will cost, but we hope to be around £ 150 to £ 200 plus an equivalent standard car. We will leave doubts, however, when it goes on sale in the UK in the summer of 2016.