The Fiat 500e served as the basis for the development of Abarth's first electric car. The sports electric version of the 500 has 155 hp, but the design still maintains the docile character of a city model.
More radical changes were made by tuning company Kahn Design, adopting the Fiat 500ec Designio project, with a more aggressive look.
Fiat 500ec Designio is an attractive new creation by Kahn
The changes start at the front, where Kahn has installed a Gloss Onyx Black grille and a satin black bumper whose design is inspired by race cars of yesteryear.
There's also a gray satin ceramic hood, as well as redesigned headlamps that transform the car's appearance.
Khan chose lightweight 18-inch four-spoke wheels made by Fondmetal in Italy and painted Hyper Silver.
In cooperation with the company H&R, a new sports suspension was developed that lowers the car by 25 mm.
The car gained wide sills, darkened taillights and a more aggressive rear bumper that draws a lot of attention.
The changes continue inside the Fiat 500ec Designio, where the front and rear seats are covered in Oceal Teal vegan leather.
Ahead of the driver is an elegant two-spoke steering wheel.
The price for modifications to the Abarth 500 is £10,000, but can vary depending on the intensity of the changes and customer preferences.