In what could be possibly the most awesome cross-industry collision are these unique refrigerators coming from Italian home appliance maker, SMEG. Whether you are a fashion- or petrol-head, these SMEG fridges are guaranteed to enthralled you. Kicking off these unique collaborations is the D&G x SMEG FAB28 Fridge which is based on the home appliance maker’s FAB28 single door refrigerators, but aesthetically spruced up with hand-painted art by Silicon artists. Continue reading SMEG’s Brings The Wonderful D&G And FIAT 500 Fridges To The U.S.
The Force of Star Wars is one not to belittled. Running up to the release of the Episode 7 next month, Disney has reached out to every corner possible to drum up the excitement. We do not know if Disney has any form influence outside of this planet, but we sure know it has dug into every commercially available platforms to promote Star Wars – just to make sure we are reminded that the year’s biggest movie event is upon us. Mobile fridge, commercial airline are just some recent examples, and the latest to join horde of Star Wars marketing fiesta is Fiat USA. Continue reading The Force Of Star Wars Has Reached Fiat, Turning A 500e Into A Stormtrooper’s Ride
Good news, U.S. residents with an undying love for Italian automobile. The iconic Fiat 124, first brought to the stateside some thirty years ago, is making a comeback, but it is of course, updated to meet the demands and tastes of today’s discerning consumers. Staying true to the original Fiat 124, which was first introduced to the automobile world nearly six decades ago, the 2017 Fiat 124 Spider is a two-seater, rear-wheel drive roadster that bears a striking resemblance to its forebear. Ok, maybe it is not quite a ’striking resemblance to its forebear’, but rather a modern day interpretation of the old, which is in fact, lines much used by today’s roadsters. Continue reading Fiat Unveils 2017 Fiat 124 Roadster, Destined For U.S. Market Next Summer
Fiat range topping Fiat 500 Abarth growling 160 horsepower may rein supreme among the 500s, but not for long cos’ Italian design studio, Lazzarini Design, is apparently working to transplant a 4.5L Ferrari V8 engine, as found on the 458, into a Fiat 500, which will be humbly known as Fiat 550 Italia. You heard it right, a super compact with possibly 500+ horsepower and nearly 400 lb-ft behind it, which sounds like awesome and pretty crazy at the same time. Given the lightweight nature of the 500, we are going assume this 550 Italia should be able to rocket from zero to 60 in less than 3.3 seconds. Logically, it could be faster since we read that it (the 550 Italia) will have a carbon fiber body, which should see it shedding some serious pounds. Continue reading Lazzarini Design Wants to Stuff a Ferrari V8 Engine into a Fiat 500
We don’t know how we managed to miss the first compact crossover from Fiat when it was announced at last year Paris Motor Show, but anyways, as a consolation, we weren’t too late after all, cos’ the 2016 Fiat 500X Crossover is set to go on sale Stateside in second quarter of 2015. As far as U.S. consumers are concern, it will be configurable and carries with it a sticker starting at $20,000. We wouldn’t say the 500X is a beast, but it certainly looks like a 500 on steroid. Aesthetically, it is all pumped. Broader, taller and generally more muscular than the usual Fiat offerings. U.S. customers will get two engine variants: a 1.4L MultiAir Turbo with 160 hp and 184 lb-ft on the tap, mated to a six-speed manual transmission and a 2.4L Tigershark MultiAir2 unit, pumping out 180 hp and 175 lb-ft of torque. The latter is paired to a nine-speed auto gearbox and is available to both the all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive models. Continue reading Fiat 500X Crossover Hits U.S. Market in Q2, Priced at $20,000 and Up
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. Continue reading Fiat Collaborates With Vans To Create This Handsome 500L You Wished You Could Buy
Toyota Sienna Lets You Scream At Your Kids Without Turning Around
the new 2015 Toyota Sienna features a built-in microphone up front that will amplify your speech and output them through the rear speakers, thus solving the age-old problem of parents needing to response (mostly screaming) at their unruly kids while driving. nothing breaking, but surely useful. LEARN MORE.
Fiat Panda Now Want To Takes On The Beaten Paths
based on the Fiat Panda 4×4, the Fiat Panda Cross features Torque-on-Demand all-wheel drive with ESC, Electronic Locking Differential and Hill Descent Control, oversized tires, improved attack angles, more ground clearance, plus other improvements for enhanced all-terrain capability. from £15,945. BUY
The MG Watch By Ernst Graaf
officially licensed by MG, the new MG Watch collection is powered by Swiss movements, plus features including a stainless steel case, a 1950s MG TD radiator grilled watch face, hardened mineral glass, Cordovan straps, and water resistant to 5 bar. limited to 100 units per model per annum. £1,405. BUY.
Dainese Manis Back Protector For Riders
unless there is a real airbag solution that’s practical and actually works, riders looking to protect themselves while on a motorbike has to look to protection like this Dainese Manis Back Protector which offers freedom of movement and a design that dissipates the energy in the even of an impact. $209.95. BUY.
Selfie Toaster Lets You Eat Your Own Selfie For Breakfast
now that you have taken your selfies, Vermont Novelty Toaster Corp wants you to eat it by transferring your selfie of choice into a toaster where you can have your selfie imprinted on your toasts and eat it. this is made possible by transferring the selfie onto a metal plate which is inserted into the toaster. $75. BUY. [via]
though we appreciate rides of the yesteryear like the 1957 “Nuova” Cinquecento, we can’t imagine ourselves driving one around, simply because of one reason: safety standards, but there are also the performance issues to deal with, as well as the environment impact old cars could have. with the 2014 Fiat 500 “1957 Edition”, you will get to experience the storied past of the Fiat 500, but less the said concerns. the “1957 Edition” is basically a remake of the Italian automaker’s 1957 ride and features exterior and interior design elements that pays homage the historic Fiat “Nuova” 500. such elements include 16-inch 1957-era wheel design with body color accent, Bianco-painted roof, and vintage “FIAT” emblems. Continue reading 2014 Fiat 500 “1957 Edition”
unless it is an Abarth, the 500 or 500c is a little too cutesy to be a manly ride and generally, “cute” things tend to a girl thing. true story. however, that perception might change for some if the 500c in question is a collaborative effort between the Italian marque and premier GQ magazine, a Condé Nast Media Group publication. naturally, we don’t expect anything fancy under the hood; as with most collab we have seen, the “mods” introduced to the 2014 Fiat 500c GQ Edition are merely cosmetic, but functional no less. powering this man-up ride is the track-proven 1.4-liter MultiAir Turbo engine that pumps out 160 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque, and is mated to a 5-speed stick shift, enabling a naught to 60 mph time in “low 7-second.” of course, those figures, though important to all man, are not the highlight of this limited production cabriolet. Continue reading 2014 Fiat 500c GQ Edition
Fiat Mefistofele by Playsam | 648.00 SEK | www.playsam.com
based on the Fiat Mefistofele that brit Ernest Eldridge driven to break the World Land Speed Record at Arpajon, France in 1924, this illustrative model is Scandinavian design firm Playsam’s take on the legendary vehicle. designed by Jonas Forsberg, this classic toy version of the Fiat Mefistofele is of wooden construction and follows Playsam’s mantra of creative, playful design that’s accompanied by simplistic lines. for the uninitiated, back in 1924, Sir Ernest Eldridge turned the shattered remains of a FIAT into a 350 hp monster (260 kW) Continue reading Fiat Mefistofele by Playsam