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Year 1973
Engine 594
Horsepower 18
Seats 4

500... The history of the Italian myth

Following the success of the “600”, Vittorio Valletta commissioned Dante Giacosa to build a super-utility car, whose purchase, use and maintenance costs could be compatible with the modest budget of working families. The idea came from a project by a young German employee of the Deutsche-Fiat of Weinsberg who, in 1953, presented the design of a two-seater micro-car inspired by the shapes of the famous Beetle. The 500 R, or rather “Renewed”, was presented at the Turin Motor Show in 1972 and resumes the features of the first 500: simplification and spartanity, but with a displacement increased to 594 cubic centimetres and the power of 18 horsepower.

Explore Barbaresco in Fiat 500R

Together with Barolo, Barbaresco is the king on the table in this territory (and beyond). A noble wine, produced in vineyards steeped in history and charm. A land that is worth discovering behind the wheel of an authentic all-Italian myth, a classic car that has been able to make the history of the Italian car industry. The 500, with a sunroof, is ideal for breathing in the charm and history of the territories you will explore with our itineraries, comfortably seated in an authentic piece of history, culture and Italian automotive tradition. You can climb the hills of Barbaresco, get under the tower of the homonymous town and here taste an excellence wine that has made Italy great all over the world. Just like the 500.

Explore Barbaresco in Fiat 500R

FIAT 500R

Hire a legend.

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Dicover our motor pool

Discover the cars in our garage and dream places: every car has a unique soul.

Trotting through the wonderful hills of the Langhe you will enjoy a land of great wines and recharge your energies ranging from the sea to the mountains.