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Fiat has revealed the 500S - Will slot between the Abarth and Stock model

By PetrolHead on 27 Dec 2012

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Type Fiat 500 on wikipedia and you read about 22 different special editions on the index page. Now Fiat has revealed one more - that is more mainstream than a special edition.

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Dubbed the 500S, it is a Fiat 500 aimed at young buyers and will slot between the potent range topping Abarth, and the enty level stock car, pretty similar to Audi, Audi S and Audi RS.

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The 500S is essentially a sport package equipped, Euro-spec 500 models. The sport pack includes an array of cosmetic enhnacements like alloy wheels, bumpers, side skirts, darkened chrome trim, tinted glass and a rear spoiler.

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On the inside, you will find sportier bucket seats, shift knob and steering wheel all finished with red stitching highlights. There are several '500S' logos littered around the car - just to remind youreslf that this is not a normal 500 and a matte silver trim for the dashboard.

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The 500S can be powered by any engine is available with the entire non-Abarth engine lineup.

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PetrolHead
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