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>> We bring you this Fiat because soon Chrysler may do the same. This is Fiat's widely-popular 500, the Cinquecento in a new Cabriolet version as debuted at Geneva. It's not a convertible like we typically think with its very Italian little canvas pullback top, but you don't really pull that back. It's electric. Technologically, the 500 is about to get new auto stop technology for its range of three different four cylinder engines that range from 69 to 100 horsepower. Now, if this Chrysler-Fiat partnership pans out, the Cinquecento should be coming to the U.S., and this ragtop would seem a cinch to give Mini some sleepless nights in this market.
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