• Oct 13, 2007

For European customers who just can't wait for the sportier Abarth version of Fiat's hot-selling new 500 super-duper-mini, aftermarket supplier MS Design has got a package that could help bridge the divide. Unfortunately it's just an appearance/aero package, but it certainly looks ready to take to the Monte Carlo rally.

MS Design fitted this look-at-mini-me Cinquecento with a front spoiler, side skirts and rear apron, plus a (relatively) large rear wing below the rear window to supplement the stock one above. MS also equipped its 500 Cup show car with Eibach springs to support the 17-inch powder-coat multi-spoke rims and a new exhaust to boot.

While it may not have any engine mods, MS Design has given the stylish 500 yet another new interpretation. Put the kit on one equipped with the range-topping engine from the kart-tastic Panda 100HP and you may have a winning package.

For more 500-tuning goodness, check out H&R and Aznom.

[Source: World Car Fans]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      What a cute little design! Awesome that it's shrouding a hot powertrain. It should be painted in all different ladybug patterns, red with black dots, black with yellow mottling, iridiscent blue and black...and take play on it's insect like shape. Nice job!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Anybody remember the Honda City Turbo II, bulldog.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Sweet little car! I'm loving those wide fenders which make it look menacing - completely opposite of what the stock car is.
      • 7 Years Ago
      the back end screams mini cooper!
      • 7 Years Ago
      I doubt it´s coming to the U.S. Where are they going to sell it?