Fiat has announced that it will be showcasing a pair of custom 500s at this year's SEMA Show. According to Fiat the 500 Titanium is a discretely tuned 500 with more aggressive styling while the Fiat 500 Carbon features more subtle modifications, accenting the Italian hatchback's styling, craftsmanship and nimble handling. Both vehicles get upgraded products from Mopar including their respective cold-air intake, strut-tower brace and cat-back exhaust.
Starting with the Fiat 500 Titanium, Mopar has outfitted the Italian subcompact with a new aggressive front bumper with large honeycomb grilles. A satin black insert on the front bumper features integrated LED fog lamps while the circular projector headlamps have been finished in gloss black to match the Titanium's exterior paint. For wheels, the Titanium features custom 16×6.5-inch Matte Titanium rollers with a two-piece design.
Lowering the vehicle are custom Mopar springs while braking performance has been upgraded with Matte Titanium front and rear brake calipers with larger rotors. Styling is further enhanced with a pair of side skirts and a large liftgate spoiler while the rear bumper has been completely redesigned with a rear diffuser. A center-mounted rear Mopar exhaust tip can be seen housed in the new rear diffuser.
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