According to Fiat, the Centoventi Concept is a vehicle that “perfectly expresses the Italian brand’s idea of electric mass mobility in the near future.” Behind this phrase is a cool idea through which you can build the Centoventi to your specific liking.
It’s a design-your-own ride that lets you personalize the car’s design from the ground up. Centoventi – which means “one hundred and twenty” in Italian, set the celebration mood for Fiat’s 120th anniversary.
It’s also the first fully-electric iteration of an ethos the automaker says it has been following for years now, most notably with the Fiat 500. Lightweight, colorful textiles and plastics have been used throughout the cabin to keep things inexpensive.
The Fiat Centoventi takes the form of a typical Fiat subcompact. It’s 500-like in size and looks like a modern-day interpretation of the OG Fiat Panda.
As you get down to customize your Fiat Centoventi,there are four body color wraps to choose from, four roof colors, four wheel trims, and four bumpers. The goal, of course, isn’t really to showcase your automotive design chops, but to create a platform that can be changed, altered, and reconfigured at any time, particularly after you purchase the car (provided it ends up in production.)
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