Italians know very well how convenient is to move around the city on a small, brisk car – such as the Fiat 500.
The tuning studio repeatedly approached the remaking of the Fiat 500. Here the owner of the family garage Oemmedi Meccanica from Acquapendente in the Italian region Lazio – the 55-year-old Gianfranco Denis with his 27-year-old son, Leonardo decided to contribute to the history of this car. They managed to turn a small nice car in a beautiful and very stylish car with enormous power, accelerating to 330 km / h and gaining “hundreds” of 3.5 seconds.
Taking the 30-year-old Fiat 500 sample of 1971, they expanded the rear of the car, freeing it from the back of the sofa and the trunk, slightly moved the front seats forward and all this – in order to install a 580-horsepower V12 engine from the 2004 Lamborghini Murcielago.
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