Fiat 500 Mirror Edition Is Hip & Funky With Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Chrome Finish

Apr 25, 2017 06:30 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

Fiat 500 Mirror edition has been added to the range, offering the new charming design and other driving technology features. Fiat has further enhanced the 500 model to be more compatible with the passenger's smartphone.

Topping the list of revisions are the driving technology features. The new Fiat 500 Mirror can now be connected to the passenger's smartphone.

The new 500 Mirror has the 7-inch HD touchscreen Uconnect radio LIVE system. The driver can now answer calls or send messages by just touching the huge screen connected to the smartphone.

The new model's system is now compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The driver can now easily listen to his personal playlist from his smartphone by just connecting it to the car's Uconnect system.

Aside from the enhanced driving technology features, the new Fiat 500 Mirror is being offered in various design options. Buyers can choose from the new five color variants, including the Electronica Blue metallic finish.

With regard to interiors, the new 500 Mirror offers two variants. There is now the ivory and black ambiance as options for the interior upholstery.

The new model sports a steering wheel in a leather suit. The audio controls were placed on the steering wheel for easy access.

The door mirror covers come with chrome finish. The 14-inch wheel covers also come with chrome finish.

The new model is also available in hatchback or convertible variants. Both carries the Mirror special edition badge on the B-pillars.

Meanwhile, for both body options, the automaker utilized the same engine. The standard option is a 1.2-liter petrol engine that can produce 68 bhp.

Safety features are also in place. There are seven airbags inside the new 500 Mirror: driver and passenger airbags, side airbags, window airbags and driver's knee airbag.

For more information and photos of the new Fiat 500 Mirror, you may click this link to go to the official website of Fiat.

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