The 2015 Geneva Motor Show is a much anticipated event for car lovers around the globe and is the perfect opportunity for large car brands to show off their exciting new concept car designs and upcoming models.
At this year’s show we got a glimpse of the new Fiat 500 Special Edition Vintage’57. The retro concept model was presented in a bright pastel blue with a white roof, catching the attention of audience. When released the model will be available in a variety of pastel colours, all accompanied with a white roof, a set of shiny 16 inch alloy wheels and 50s style Fiat badge. Inside the car, the sophisticated retro design continues with hints of white finishes and tan leather seats. The Vintage ’57 is planned to go on sale in the UK at the end of April and is expected to be a popular model to purchase this spring.
Another model debuted by Fiat was the Limited Edition Panda K-Way, which was a joint project between the Italian car brand and rainproof garment specialists K-Way. Making its way into UK showrooms in the summer, the Panda will be available in 20 colour combinations and come with titanium coloured details, a K-Way branded interior and coloured mirror hubcap options.
Peugeot also debuted an impressive selection of models at the show, including the new 208. The model was particularly targeted at those looking for a car with low running costs as well as C02 emissions, and produces an impressive 79g of CO2 per kilometre, which is the equivalent fuel consumption of 31/100km or 94.1mpg.
The 208’s smaller sibling, the 108, was also at this year’s show with its distinctive identity thanks to Peugeot’s new dual tone colour scheme. The concept car for the 108 was seen at the show with the new dual-tone, as it had orange bumpers, doors and side panels with contrasting black roof, bonnet and wing mirrors. There have been no mechanical changes made to the 108 apart from its small makeover complemented by a bright, attractive finish!
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