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An Awkward Beginning

The Seicento got off to a shaky start when it only managed to score 1.5 stars in the EuroNCAP tests. This was largely due to it sharing many of the same design features and parts as the outgoing Cinquecento, which was originally designed in 1991; long before the revised EuroNCAP crash tests appeared in 1997. Seicento means 600 in Italian, it was named as a nod to the old Fiat 600.

Things Can Only Get Better

The Seicento underwent revisions and upgrades, but surprisingly, the vast majority of them were purely aesthetic. Fiat introduced and Abarth edition, and when Ferrari (one of Fiat’s subsidiaries) enjoyed F1 success, Fiat released a limited edition Michael Schumacher Seicento. A little slower than the F1 car, it was basically an Abarth with a different gearstick, and Michael’s signature in a couple of places.