In February 2016 I met a new Fiat 500, and even I thought that I wouldn’t like that car – I did! For example, the bigger versions, 500L and 500L Trekking, are not good at all and I was really disappointed when I had them on a test. The small 500 is a nice looking car, nice to drive, has enough space for that kind of a car – it’s a really nice small city car. But then, in December of that same year, I met its brother. Much, much meaner twin brother who made me smile so much – Abarth 595 Competizione!
In the post about the Abarth 595 Competizione I wrote that that was the last car I’ve photographed for the AutoIQ Magazine. It have been weeks since I decided that I’m going to gather ALL the cars I’ve photographed, but I am just to lazy to sit down and do it. I had the images prepared (resized and filled with the file info) for weeks, and now I’m finally making the post!
This is going to be a special post. Today is, on the day I’m writing this, the December 29th, 2016, I’ll have to wait for some time before I can publish this because there are information I still can’t share with anybody. The story is the following: This car, Abarth 595 Competizione, is the last one I’ve photographed for the AutoIQ Magazine because after almost five years, this magazine is shutting down. I’ll share a very special post about it in the following weeks, because this one is all about the Abarth.
Fiat Tipo is a completely new, but old, model from Fiat. I didn’t spend much time with it, but I really like the way it looks and how much is the value for the money. This car is also featured on the cover of the 63rd issue of AutoIQ Magazine.