we are not slave to Fiat’s brand, but we do know a handsome car when we see one and the Fiat 500L-Vans Design Concept is one such example. introduced at the recent Vans US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, California, the Fiat 500L-Vans Design Concept is, as its namesake suggests, based on 500L minivan and sports a design reeking with Vans original hi-top shoe which details including vintage palm-patterned canvas, Vans logo stickers on the instrument panel and Vans Waffle Sole on the pedals, as well as in the storage bins. on the outside, the iconic Vans Checkerboard pattern decorates the roof of this two-tone paint job youthful ride, while the step pad, cladding and grilled texture are accented with, you guess it, Vans’ Waffle Sole design.
the Fiat 500L-Vans Design Concept rolls on almost-too-massive-for-it 18-inch matte black wheels and is affixed with a roof rack with a basket and a double-decker surfboard carrier, presumably, to sync with the event which it was presented. this perhaps the shortest PR text we have ever came across and with that comes little information other than what we have laid out here. there are no words if the Fiat 500L-Vans Design Concept will ever shake off its concept namesake, but i am sure down the road, you can expect some of the accessories to be available to 500L owners. honestly, we think the Waffle Sole pedals could be the best thing to ever happen to a Fiat. ok, maybe we are biased, but don’t you think it will go with Vans The Original Phone case perfectly?