Geneva 2011: Fiat 500 Coupe by Zagato is Sporty Mini-Fighter

Fiat had a lot to talk about at the Geneva show, but while the Italicized Dodges and Chryslers may be the big news, we were more interested in a surprise concept called the 500 Coupe by Zagato.

Billed as "just a prototype," the 500 Coupe has seen its C-pillars chopped down to give the car a sleeker, rounder coupe shape. Just for fun, Zagato even fitted a double-bubble roof for that racer look, along with some 17-inch dark chrome wheels, dark chrome trim and new rear windows. It's powered by Fiat's tiny 0.9-liter TwinAir two-cylinder engine producing 105 horsepower.

STEVE
IT WOULD NEED MORE THAN 105HP MORE LIKE 150 TO170HP! BUT ITS A GREAT IDEAL WISH FIAT WOULD GET THIER SHITT TOGETHER AND GET THE ARBARTH HERE FIRST!

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