The project in brief
Short history of the FIAT 500 NUOVA
Fiat 500, also called the Fiat Nuova 500 is a car manufactured by the Italian car manufacturer Fiat between 1957 and 1975.
Nuova 500 was first introduced in July 1957. It was designed to compete with the micro cars that were popular in Europe during the 1950s. The technical architecture followed the larger 600 model, with rear engine, monocoque body with suicide doors and independent suspension all around, but the mechanics were simpler, with air-cooled twin-cylinder engine of 13 hp and non-synchromesh gearbox.