Also Geneva-bound is the Fiat 500 GQ Edition – as its name suggests, the special edition 500 is the result of a collaboration with GQ magazine. On top of the 500S on which it’s based, it gets chromed mirror caps, GQ badges inside and outside, and unique 16-inch alloys that conceal orange brake callipers.
There’s a unique two-tone paint job comprising matte grey and carbon black, while leather seats and sports pedals spice up the cabin. On the engine menu are a 0.9 litre TwinAir (85 hp), two four-cylinder units in 1.2 (69 hp) and 1.4 litre (100 hp) displacements, and a 1.3 litre MultiJet diesel (95 hp). A manual gearbox is offered as standard.
Comes as no surprise then, that the Fiat 500 GQ Edition is aimed at “the metropolitan man of the third millennium,” defined as “a fan of sophisticated aesthetics and uncompromising style, who enjoys what life throws his way to the full.” Eh?