The 1955 Fiat 600 is one of the most important icons of the italian economic boom. This is probably the first World Car of the history. In addition to the main FIAT production plants in Turin was assembled in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Colombia, Germany, with the SEAT brand in Spain and by the ex-Yugoslav Zastava.
The Fiat 600 60th anniversary concept reinterprets the historical model designed by Dante Giacosa, but it is not only an up to date stylistic transcript: it is the answer to the question "What would be the 600 today?". A compact, five-door hatchback, positioned in the B segment, a little over 4 meters in length and designed to accommodate five passengers with luggage.
The front with the three horizontal chrome strips, the daytime running lights positioned on the bonnet, and the evocative shape of the rear fender are clearly inspired by the 600 first series.