Fiat’s Electric Centoventi

Fiat is celebrating their 120th birthday, and they’ve released the Centoventi electric concept at the Geneva Auto Show.

It’s a diminutive and clever little electric vehicle, and aims to be the next generation Panda, which is a major European seller.

The car is designed to have over 120 accessories, and a myriad of customization options, to make it as flexible as possible.

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“It’s an important concept because it’s the 120th anniversary of Fiat and the 40th anniversary of the Panda. It’s a huge opportunity for us to revisit the value of the history of our brand and the value of the Panda as a functional car, imagining a new, democratic, electric mobility at the same time. It’s not only an aspirational opportunity but an opportunity to rethink how design can meet the needs of our customers in the future”

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The seats can swivel, be removed, and adapt to car seats, etc. The rest of the interior is equally flexible, with a slotted dashboard that has a peg-type system, allowing for fun and funky accessories.

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The car is all electric, but has some interesting aspects to its battery, from a quick-swap system that allows for a new battery to be installed in under 5 minutes, to a possible battery rental service.

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Meant to be customized, the car has a ton of accessory options, from roof to wheels to interior styles. Via Cool Hunting:

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The car even has a digital logo on the outside that can be changed to show a message while the car is stopped.

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