Fiat 500 compact design making the most of small spaces
Designed by the team at Atelier Tekuto, this polyhedron house @ the streets of Tokyo offers a new facade from every angle you look at it. The team's strong sense of design got us thinking about the idea of safe streetspace in cities and how sustainable this move could be.
And for a smart city, a compact and sustainable design to match is played by the most ecological European brand: FIAT. For the third year running, Fiat brand has had the lowest average emissions — which perfectly fits the quintessentially Japanese idea of sustainability in making the most of small space.
Because, really, what more do we really need?
The bright orange Fiat 500 brings life to this amazing spot and we'll give you a hint about its design and the features we appreciate the most.
Few cars can match the Fiat 500’s charming blend of style and everyday usability.
The Fiat 500’s stylish interior comes with plenty of cool personalization features — its charming, retro exterior def stands out in traffic. Inside, a 5.0-inch infotainment touchscreen adorns the dash, while a circular digital screen lights up the gauge display. Fiat offers several fashionable themes, including houndstooth-fabric seat covers or two-tone caramel-and-cream leather.
Styled for comfort, the up front and bucket seats on the Pop and Lounge models are designed for comfort, on Pop and the standard leather trim on Lounge, while the chrome shift knob adds a sleek touch. In the back, the 50/50 split-folding rear seat adds even more cargo room to the surprisingly spacious interior.
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