Fiat reveals its 500 BlackJack

  • Fiat 500 BlackJack follows 'Pink' special
  • Finished in matt black with extra detailing
  • 1.4-litre costs £2,460 more than standard model

Following on from the success of the its 'Pink', Fiat has released another unique version of the 500 - the BlackJack. 

Only 200 examples of this limited edition supermini will be released, making it arguably more 'exclusive' than the 500-car Pink. 

The main difference from the standard 500 is the BlackJack's matt black paint finish - similar to that seen on a number of modern supercars.

Additional extras include metallic finished body mouldings, door handles, mirrors and number plate holders, 16-inch alloys with a red coach line and special floor mats. The 1.4-litre cars also come with red brake calipers to identify the more powerful model.

With the car being based on the Sport versions, it comes complete with the 'Blue&Me' hands-free infotainment and navigation system, a radio CD/MP3 player, air conditioning, electric windows, power steering and remote central locking. The BlackJack features start/stop to increase economy and reduce CO2 emissions.

The 1.2-litre model costs £12,165 - a premium of £2,265 over the standard car. The more potent 1.4-litre costs £13,565, commanding a similar price increase of £2,460 over the standard model.