James Bond Will Drive Fiat 500 Hatchback in New Spectre Movie

Recently, we’ve been mesmerized by the appearance of the Aston Martin DB10. It was introduced as the car which will be used by the spy with a license to kill in the new Spectre movie. Unfortunately, there will be only ten examples, made for the sole purpose of featuring in the new James Bond movie. However, the Aston Martin DB10 won’t be the only car the world’s most popular spy is going to drive.

Reportedly, James Bond will also sit behind the wheel of the Fiat 500 hatchback in some scenes. Although there were numerous cars throughout the rich history of the James Bond franchise, 007 never experienced a Fiat. Now, according to the Sky News report, he has a chance to show his driving skills in a high-speed chase in Rome.

2015 Fiat 500 Abarth

Fiat 500 Abarth | Photo: Fiat

Unfortunately, the Fiat 500 will be crushed in the Borgo Vittorio Street near the gates of Vatican. We don’t have details of the plot, but those sequences are probably going to be as beloved as they are dramatic.

It’s unclear which version of the Italian hatchback will be in the movie. Perhaps the Fiat 500 Abarth would be a suitable choice, since this is an attractive, performance version of the hatchback. It depends on what they need for the flick, but the 2015 Fiat 500 Cabrio, a convertible version of the hatchback, would be equally attractive. But, seeing any Fiat 500 in the upcoming Spectre movie is going to be very interesting.

Fiat 500 Abarth Hatchback

Fiat 500 Abarth | Photo: Fiat

2015 Fiat 500 on the U.S. Market

In the USA, the 2015 Fiat 500 is available in several versions. The base 2015 Fiat 500 has a MSRP which starts at $17,145. There’s the Fiat 500L which starts at $19,195 and it’s suitable for those who need more space inside. The Fiat 500 Cabrio is available from $20,245, while the depicted 2015 Fiat 500 Abarth starts at $22,395. The 2015 Fiat 500e, an all-electric version of the hatchback costs from $32,300, but with incentives available up to $14,000 its MSRP may be drastically reduced.

Source: Sky News

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