Fiat Australia has announced the arrival of the 500C 60th Anniversary edition, with the pint-sized cabriolet to be limited to just 60 units and priced from $28,990 before on-road costs when it arrives in March.
Attracting a $3500 premium over the Lounge variant upon which it is based, the 60th Anniversary comes standard with a five-speed 'Dualogic' automatic transmission, with no manual option offered.
Powered by a 1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, the front-wheel drive 60th Anniversary produces 51kW of power at 5500rpm and 102Nm of torque at 3000rpm.
Key exterior upgrades include a vintage front logo, chrome front-end finishes, a grey and burgundy waist-rail, chrome side-mirror caps, a grey fabric roof and lightweight 16-inch alloy wheels, as well as dedicated '560' logos on the B-pillars, chrome door sills and nameplate.
On the B-pillars there are dedicated '560' logos.
It also features two-tone 'Dolcevita' paintwork that is comprised of three-layer white for the body and pastel ivory for the bonnet and pillars.
Inside, a vinyl dashboard and bi-colour floor mats are prominent, as is the 60th Anniversary's ivory leather upholstery that features contrasting burgundy seams and retro tubular elements.