The British tuner gives the electric dwarf Fiat 500e a sharp look. One that many would have wished for in the Abarth 500e.
The Fiat 500e is undoubtedly one of the absolute bestsellers in the small electric car segment. The successful retro design meets a wide range of tastes, but leaves friends of a sporty look largely out. From 2023, Fiat itself will try to close the gap in supply through its subsidiary Abarth with the Abarth 500e. ,
Body kit for the 500e
If you already own a 500e or don't want to wait for the Abarth, you can grab the new Designio body kit from British tuner Project Kahn right away. Kahn has given the front, which is closed in series, an optically real radiator grille with a grid, which, on closer inspection, however, also presents itself as closed. The front apron benefits from a three-part spoiler attachment with additional indicated side air intakes. The new bonnet, which eliminates the upper half of the headlights and gives the Fiat a real mean look, makes the front an absolute eye-catcher. A powerful diffuser attachment gives the rear the sporty drive.
The electric midget has 7.5x18-inch light-alloy rims in a four-twin-spoke design with corresponding wide tires, while a set of shorter sport springs from H&R lowers the 500 body by 30 millimeters at the front and 25 millimeters at the rear. ,
Leather interior as desired
But even the British tuner doesn't touch the drive technology of the Fiat 500e. Here the advantage remains clearly on the side of the new Abarth 500e.
There is plenty of room for more in the interior. A flat-bottomed sports steering wheel with a carbon rim and leather inserts is an absolute eye-catcher. In addition, customers can choose from vegan full leather interiors in various colors and Designio embroidery motifs on the backrests. Alcantara is also optionally processed. ,
A Fiat 500e with a sporty look comes from the British tuner Kahn. But even this tuner does not dare to approach the electric drive technology. Nevertheless, the Kahn Designio makes more than the new 500e from Abarth.