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Video 1976 126
Video 1974 131 Mirafiori
Video 1972 126
Video 1972 132
Video 1972 X 1/9
Video 1971 127
Video 1969 130 Coupe
Video 1969 130
Video 1969 124 S
Video 1969 128
Video 1967 125
Video 1967 124 Coupe
Video 1967 Dino Coupe
Video 1966 124 Spider
Video 1966 Dino Spider
Video 1966 124
Video 1966 1100
Video 1965 850 Spider
Video 1965 850 Coupe
Video 1964 850
Video 1962 1500 GT
Video 1964 1500 C
Video 1962 1500
Video 1960 770
Video 1957 Puch 500
Video 1957 500 Nuova
Video 1957 1200
Video 1955 600/Multipla
Video 1952 8V
Video 1952 1900 B
Video 1949 1100 E
Video 1949 Topolino
Video 1939 508 C
Video 1934 Balilla Sport
Video 1933 Ardita
Video 1932 Balilla
Video 1927 520
Video 1918 52 B
Video 1912 12-15 HP Zero
Video 1908 Mephistopheles
Video 1907 130 HP
Video 1906 110 HP
Video 1903 16/20 HP
Video 1902 24 HP
Video 1902 12 HP
Video 1899 3 1/2 HP


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Fiat 500 Cult







Fiat 500 Cult
Engine
Displacement (bore * stroke)
Compression ratio
Engine control
Valves4 per cylinder
Torque
Performance
CO2-values
Drive trainFront drive (transversal)
Transmission
Wheelbase2.300 mm
Front suspensionMcPherson spring struts
Rear suspensionTwist-beam axle
Brakes f/r
Tyres175/65 R 14 (5,5") to
185/55 R 15 (6")
Length3.545 mm
Width1.627 mm
Height1.488 mm
Drag coefficient0,32
Tank capacity
Boot capacity185/610 litres
Payload365 kg
Kerb weight
Maximum speed
Year of manufactureFrom 2014
Electric system12 V/ 40/50 Ah/ 70 A

The design should actually follow the function, but unfortunately it is all too often the exact opposite. This can be shown very good at the competitor of this cult Fiat, the Mini. It had inherited from his ancestor, until now a large round speedometer in the middle. Until one in the latest version (finally) realized that speedos are better readable behind or above the steering wheel.

Now the BMW Mini is however famous for its interior design. So the large round instrument may not disappear. No, it is now home for a rectangular screen with a lot of useless space.

Example desired for the Fiat 500 Cult? It will delivered exclusively with black roof. This one had however already desired for a car from a sunny country. Maybe at least the high finish can let rise the temperatures in the interior a little more merciful.

And you have to ask the question whether this Fiat at all comes from a sun-rich country. It has always been manufactured in the south of Poland, where it can be hot perhaps only thanks to continental climate, and more recently in the heart of Mexico. The Fiat-Chrysler Group is now emigrated to the Netherlands.

It only remains the typical Italian blue that is added as one of two new colours and can be seen on top of the images. And the sense of design, with the are created the new seat sets. As a completely new part can be admired the TFT speedometer above. Otherwise, there is an even more powerful two-cylinder, in which the Italians try to prove by volume measurement that it is clearly quieter than the four-cylinder. 03/14




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