The Fiat 500 GQ is a special edition, launched by Fiat in collaboration with the men’s magazine, GQ. The new model is an attempt by Fiat to help broaden the appeal of the supermini by targeting men, with the firm saying the car is designed to appeal to "customers who love the metropolitan lifestyle and are fans of sophisticated aesthetics and uncompromising style."
The Fiat 500 GQ debuted at the Geneva Motor Show earlier in the year, and features two-tone paintwork, which Fiat has called 'Groove Metal Grey' and 'Crossover Black.'
Based on the current 500S, and available in both hatchback and 500C convertible form, the 500 GQ features black wing mirrors, a GQ logo on the B-pillar and 16-inch Sport alloy wheels with contrasting orange 500 logos on the centre caps.
Inside, a sports leather steering wheel with infotainment controls, Bluetooth, voice recognition, black leather seats with orange stitching and an orange 500 logo on the dashboard makes up the standard equipment.
Engines from the 500S range have also been carried over, meaning the 84bhp 875cc TwinAir, 68bhp 1.2-litre petrol and the 94bhp 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel engines are available.
The price of the Fiat 500 GQ will be around £13,110 for the 69bhp 1.2-litre petrol hatchback and £15,930 for the convertible version. Prices rise to £15,510 and £18,330 for 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel hatchback and convertible respectively.