A classic of the Italian firm has been reissued by the design company MA-DE, which has created the Fiat 126 Vision of the future.
MA-DE is an Italian design house that has brought a historic model back to life. Through a render they presented what they called Fiat 126 Vision, which maintains the essence of the model presented in the 70s.
The original model was first shown at the Turin Motor Show as a replacement for the Fiat 500.
Now it is shown with a futuristic air and electric motorization, although it is only a render. No one from Fiat has confirmed that this design is taken as a reference for possible production.
The Fiat 126 was produced in three batches: the first from 1972 to 1978, the second from 1978 to 1984, and the third from 1984 to 1992.
There was also a fourth series, although not Italian, but of Polish origin, with diesel engines, from 1987 to 2000.
It was one of the most successful models of the brand with a production of almost 4.7 million units
From the design house MA-DE no details of the batteries it would carry, nor other technical details were reported. They only limited themselves to showing the Fiat 126 Vision that they dream for the future.