The La Dolce Vita has been described by artisans at Fenice Milano as being an exclusive luxury toy supercar.
If you love the nostalgia of the Italian vintage style of the 1960s you will love the new Fiat 500C. This supercar
represents a modern heir of the Italian automotive industry and was designed to pay homage to the convertible model, the 500 which was launched in 1957. The 500C proposed by Fiat has avant-garde solutions when it comes to mechanics, power train and superb luxury
comfort of the very best
. However if you prefer something even more classy than the standard version and you prefer exclusivity and retro charm there are two new versions which comes with precious luxury
finishing and even greater technical improvements that really give life to the true jewel of Made in Italy styling and manufacture. La Dolce Vita was the name of the supercar
model by Fenice Milano that used a convertible 1.4 petrol 101 HP automatic version as the basis for the city car. La Dolce Vita is the representation of the flagship of production from Fenice Milano and blinks at the golden age of cinema and the Italian lifestyle.
has been called a toy due to its small size proving that good things do come in small sizes. This is a jewel of a vehicle that is ideal for anyone who wants luxury
and comfort of the very best
when living in the city. The supercar
has been embellished by numerous precious materials including 24 karat gold and teak which have been designed and manufactured by artisans. La Dolce Vita is the ECU upgrade with adjustments to the suspensions and complete optimization of the exhaust system.This beautifully stunning luxury supercar
is available in two colors which help to demonstrate its uniqueness. The Sportiva version comes with multi-layer chromium in deep red. The effect achieved by overlapping ten layers of varnish to achieve the semi-chrome effect. If you want a more refined luxury
style then you could choose the Classica version which is created in a stunning white golden pearlescent varnish. There is a limited edition which makes use of small particles of 24karat gold. Both of the versions of supercars
have seating that has been redesigned to follow ergonomics with internal elements in pure leather and natural color with handmade exposed seams.The passenger side of the La Dolce Vita has been totally redesigned with the instrument panel being in the centre and having being embellished with a golden frame. The dashboard is in teak and comes with 24k gold inserts which has profiles designed by artisans at Fenice Milano. Gold also features on the front and rear fender, side pillars, decorations and logo, headlights and exterior mirrors.