Fiat is 120 years old, and for the Geneva Motor Show the Italian automaker is presenting an electric concept car that celebrates the brand’s “democratic mobility” charge while providing a glimpse of what that idea could mean in the future. The carmaker started with a boxy-hatchback design that looks like it used the iconic 1980s Fiat Panda as a jumping-off point. The Centoventi blends Italian design with a “less is more” concept and what Fiat terms “rugged, compact, almost monolithic proportions, with dimensions that make the most of every space.” The little hatchback is about 145 inches long, 69 inches wide, and 60 inches high, with a wheelbase of about 96 inches. That yields a cabin good for four—with seats made of 100-percent recycled yarn—and the rear seats have a retractable bench that can add load capacity by turning into another “trunk.” DON’T MISS: Autocrossing a Fiat 500e electric car for first, maybe last, time Otherwise, the Centoventi aims for a “blank canvas” approach to the car, with the customer able to choose from four roofs, four bumpers, four types of wheel covers, and four wraps. Interiors can also be configured with accessories. And oh, there are a lot […]


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