Fiat announces range-topping 500 Star and 500 Rockstar models
New flagship Fiat 500 trim levels add style and new colours
Fiat has added a pair of new flagship models to its 500 model range with both the Star and Rockstar trim levels offering more kit and some extra style. Both variants are available to order now, with the Star version starting at £15,395 and the Rockstar model costing £15,565.
Both the 500 Star and Rockstar models are available in both hatchback and convertible body styles. Buyers can pick from two petrol engine options, namely a 67bhp 1.2-litre four-cylinder unit or an 84bhp 0.9-litre two-cylinder unit. Both can be specced with either a five-speed manual gearbox or an automatic gearbox.
As part of the announcement, Fiat has confirmed that all 500 models from Lounge trim level upwards now come with a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. This setup features in both the Star and Rockstar variants and includes sat nav as standard.
The 500 Star features chrome body accents, 16-inch alloy wheels, a fixed glass roof and will be offered in white as standard. An additional nine paint finishes are also available.
Inside, the 500 Star gets two colour choices of upholstery trim with a choice of white sand and black, or Matelasse finish with techno-leather detailing. The dashboard panel can be specced in either matt white, or matt Bordeaux finishes.
The 500 Rockstar gets upgraded bumpers and side sills from the Sport trim level model, with satin chrome bodywork accents, 16-inch alloy wheels and a fixed glass roof. It can be specced in exclusive matt Portofino Green paintwork, with a choice of nine other paint finishes.
Interior upgrades to the 500 Rockstar include pinstripe fabric and black eco leather-trimmed seats, with grey or blue contrasting detailing. The dashboard can be specced in two colours: matt dark green and matt grey, with either grey or blue contrasting detailing.
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