The first Fiat 500, introduced in 1936, was nicknamed the mouse, i.e. Topolino. This water-cooled, 4-cylinder front-mounted small car produced until 1955 was succeeded by the much simpler Nuova 500 with a 2-cylinder air-cooled rear engine. The latter mobilized the Italian people after the World War, and this was recalled with the Fiat 500 launched in 2007. Now the Nuova 500 is mentioned again, but this time the first generation nickname is given as the official model name of the novelty, which is not so much a novelty, since it is a version of the moped car offered under the name Citroën Ami or Opel Rocks-e. The Italians weren’t satisfied with the straight appearance, but since they only showed the nose for now, we don’t know if the nose/rear of the body is symmetrical, like the brothers. They haven’t bothered with the doors yet, they evoke the world of beach cars built on the basis of the Nuova 500 with the open passenger compartment, where a simple rope is meant to keep the passengers inside. By the way, Fiat’s goal is specifically to appeal to young customers who don’t even have a regular driver’s license with the electric moped car, which, like its siblings, gets an 8 horsepower peak power engine. The official unveiling of the Fiat Topolino will take place on July 4, at the same time as the Fiat 600 leisure car.
Source: Autó-Motor by www.automotor.hu.
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