The cutesy Fiat 500 facelift has been spotted again prior to its public unveiling on July 4 – exactly 58 years since the introduction of the original model. Unlike the previous spyshots however, this batch reveals most of said car and as expected, changes are minimal – what more can you do to such a timeless design, right?

With only bits of white camouflage here and there, we can conclude that the rejuvenated cinquecento will arrive on the scene with a new twin-bar front grille and smoked LED headlamp assemblies. The bumper itself appears to have received a mesh-like treatment while a chrome frame now houses the entire setup. Also, larger fog lamps now reside within said assembly.


Changes at the back are just as limited – the most obvious ones being restyled LED taillights for a more contemporary outlook. Aside from that, the Fiat 500 facelift appears to have been given a large chrome bar that spans almost the entire width of the car itself.

While we don’t have photographs of the interior, reports indicate that the new car will debut with improved materials inside and more standard equipment. Apart from that, the car will also be equipped with Fiat’s Uconnect 5 touchscreen infotainment system and a restyled steering wheel.