The 2016 Fiat 500 is getting a facelift and the Italian automaker has numerous prototypes out testing.
AutoGuide.com‘s spy photographers caught the 2016 Fiat 500 testing earlier this year in the snow and now they’ve got new photos of it heavily camouflaged in a parking garage.
Having the 2016 Fiat 500 prototype stationary also meant that our photographers were able to snap a photo of the facelifted compact’s interior, giving us a first look at some new details in the cabin. The dash, door panels and center console are heavily camouflaged, suggesting that they will be revised with the new car.
In addition, there was a convertible variant close by, which means both models will likely debut at the same time during this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
The mid-cycle refresh for the Fiat 500 won’t see any significant changes, with the city car retaining most of its design although it’ll receive new front and rear bumpers as well as headlights and tail lights. One of the larger changes will be to the front bumper’s fog light surrounds, which will be slightly larger with thicker chrome.
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