A designer imagines the electric Fiat 126 of the future

The little Italian, an icon in Eastern Europe, could compete with the future Renault 5 electric …

What if the famous Fiat 126 comes back? It is the dream of Piotr Czyżewski, a young Polish designer to whom he notably owes a very successful Peugeot RCZ concept brought up to date.

It must be said that the small Fiat enjoys a good popularity rating. Originally launched in 1972 as the replacement for the legendary Fiat 500, it settles mainly in Eastern Europe, where many versions are produced under license. The proof: it was sold there until 2000! A great career for the small city dweller, with such recognizable lines.

A very successful concept

Piotr Czyżewski’s concept promises a completely modern version but also credible, inside and out. The general proportions are kept, like the very straight lines. But the details obviously change, with light bands front and back, very fashionable. Inside, the design is simple but effective, with broad lines somewhat reminiscent of the Honda e.

We can easily imagine this 126 competing with the small Honda, or even the future electric Renault 5, for a winning trio of electric city cars with a retro look. Fiat, if you can hear us …

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2/7 – The Fiat 126pEV concept, from above
This Fiat 126 concept is electric

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3/7 – The Fiat 126pEV concept, profile
The Fiat 126 became very popular in Eastern Europe

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4/7 – The Fiat 126pEV concept, front 3/4 high
The Fiat 126 has been produced for almost 30 years!

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5/7 – The Fiat 126pEV concept, 3/4 front
The Fiat 126 was the successor to the Fiat 500 in the early 1970s

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6/7 – The Fiat 126pEV concept, 3/4 rear
This electric Fiat 126 could be a competitor of the Honda e or Renault 5 electric

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7/7 – The Fiat 126pEV concept, front side
Fiat 126’s rear-engine silhouette lends itself well to an electric conversion


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