Fiat is marking Disney's 100th birthday with an exclusive gesture: the creation of five distinct Fiat Topolino vehicles, inspired by Mickey Mouse, Disney's iconic character.
The Fiat Topolino was revived back in May this year as an electric light vehicle.
The name "Topolino" holds significance as both, the Italian term for Mickey Mouse, and the historical nickname for the Fiat 500 city car manufactured between 1936 and 1955.
The first Fiat Topolino draws inspiration from the Disney short film "Steamboat Willie." The second vehicle features Mickey Mouse's initials intricately designed on the body. The third Fiat Topolino incorporates classic stylistic elements into abstract graphics and symbols while the fourth Fiat Topolino is themed around street art.
The fifth Fiat Topolino is a result of a collaboration with Giorgio Cavazzano, an illustrator from the Disney universe.
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