AUTOBIANCHI MOD. BIANCHINA 500 TRASFORMABILE
The first non-standard automobile to be produced on an industrial level, using the mechanicals of an existing model, namely the Fiat Nuova 500.
The Bianchina was an immediate success when it was presented in September 1957.
This elegant little convertible, with its characteristic line and finishing touches, was to become the classy car for “special occasions”.
During the period of production, from 1957 to 1969, about 300,000 cars in various version were each carefully elaborated in every detail: from the convertible to the cabriolet, from the hard top to the custom-built version, from the 4-seater to the Panoramica.
Engine: rear 2 cylinders in line
Capacity: 479 cc
Max power output: 16,5 bhp at 4000 rpm.
Max speed: 90 km/h
Weight: 510 kg
Fuel consumption: 4,5 lt./100 km
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