The Fiat 600 or Seicento in Italian was the first rear engined Fiat, and was manufactured between the years 1955-1969.
This model was also very popular in both Spain (SEAT 600) and Yugoslavia (Zastava 750).
Let’s take a look at this shiny grey car with some good looking red and white interior.
Looks like a fun little 2-door to me!
You can squeeze these things almost anywhere, perfect for windy crowded roads you find on the Amalfi coast.
You can get an idea of just how small this car is when you compare it to the small pickup truck, the scooters, and also a modern age car.
So, which one is the best looking vehicle?
In the picture below you can get a good look at that red and white interior. Great colour combinations!
I like the mini fins that are part of the tail lights. Nice chrome details around the front headlights. This one also has that animated look to it in the front end. Yep, looks like a smily front bumper!
Looks like this car also has fantastic visibility with large side windows, great for looking out over the sheer cliffs and scenery along the windy roads.
Here’s a look from the rear of the Fiat 600, you can see where that engine is housed.
So, there you have it another very tiny, super cool Fiat, but this time we have the Fiat 600 found in Positano!