There’s a lot of buzz around the Fiat 500, and for good reason. It’s an exciting little car with a lot of character, but everyone knows that we like to personalize our stuff. Fiat put together an iPad app that allows users to do just that – customize and personalize the Fiat 500 to their very own tastes. Users can add graphics, sketch designs, and much more in this interactive app.
There has been no shortage of buzz around the 2012 Fiat 500 launch in the U.S. So when Bullz-Eye had a chance to review the 500 we jumped at the chance. This iconic Italian compact car stands out with flare and sporty styling. The first day behind the wheel of the Fiat 500 revealed that this lounge garners as much attention as any car we've driven! Check back in a few weeks for our complete review of the 2012 Fiat 500...Ciao!
We just returned from the New York Auto Show where we had the opportunity to tour the new cars with Wes Raynal from AutoWeek and one of their readers. It was very entertaining and enlightening as Wes was very knowledgeable and shared his insights on the new vehicles and trends in the industry.
Along with the new cars, we also discovered some beautiful eye candy along with way as well. We didn’t get as many photos as we got at the LA Auto Show, but we think you’ll like the slideshow we put together.
As usual, the gang from Chrysler led the way with beautiful models helping out with all the brands. The first model above was very tall and had an exotic look while sporting a very short skirt. The gang at Jeep took a very different approach as the model featuring the Call of Duty Wrangler sported camo pants to go with the outdoor theme. Ford didn’t want to be left out so you’ll see the beautiful blonde in the sexy boots above, and Fiat always finds tall, elegant models to highlight their stylish brand.
The show didn’t make a ton of news, though we liked the new Beetle and were mostly impressed with the lineups from automakers. It’s particularly nice to see the American car companies have their act together after years of struggles. Stay tuned for some video from AutoWeek to be released soon covering our tour of the show.