A new video has been released for the Fiat 124 Spider, which showcases the kind of “rush” it can provide. Called “No blue pill needed,” the new ad is a follow-up to the brand’s “blue pill” video, which showcased the Fiat 500X, well, taking the blue pill.

In another ad (below), the Fiat 124 Spider was filmed together with the use of three white-tailed eagles. A Sony Action Cam was attached to the birds to create the “Free like a bird” ad, which also featured a soundtrack by rapper, Wyclef Jean.

Beneath the skin, the Fiat 124 Spider is based on the ND-generation Mazda MX-5. The Italian comeback model is a tad longer (14 cm) and slightly heavier (43 kg) than the Japanese roadster. It comes with a 160 hp/250 Nm 1.4 litre MultiAir Turbo four-cylinder engine and a choice of a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.

The first 124 Spider roadsters will be offered as a limited edition Prima Edizione Lusso, which comes with an individually numbered commemorative badge, exclusive blue paint and brown leather seats. Subsequently, it will be offered in two trim levels – Classica and the top-range Lusso. A more powerful 165 hp Abarth 124 Spider will also be available.

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