Kahn has just created a very unique Fiat 500 version. The British specialist works on a wide range of vehicles, from luxury sedans to compact city cars, and its latest creation, the Fiat 500ec Designio, benefits greatly from a more assertive aesthetic.
Kahn has replaced the grille at the front with one finished in glossy onyx black, which matches the new satin black valance on the bumper.
The little hatchback was also given a more serious style by Kahn, who gave it a slick ceramic grey hood and reworked headlamps. Kahn and H&R are also working on a new sports suspension system for the Fiat, that will lower the vehicle by 25 mm.
The Fiat 500ec also got the distinctive Designio logo shields, which are finished in gold, and the characteristic Designio coach line, although these details are understated. The interior likewise has been updated by Kahn, who reupholstered the front and back seats in vegan Ocean Teal leather and stamped the Designio writing into the headrests. Kahn's Fiat 500 improvements begin at £10,000 ($12,000) and go up from there depending on the customer's desired level of customization.