The Tychy Plant in Poland has seen the landmark two millionth Fiat 500 roll off the production line since the micro car was relaunched in 2007.
Sporting the exclusive two-tone white and grey Primavera colour palette, the milestone Fiat 500C Collezione is headed for sale in Italy, though the iconic little car is now sold in over 100 countries worldwide.
First introduced in 1957, over six million Fiat 500s have hit the roads since then, including 30 special editions covering everything from fashion to luxury yachts.
Interestingly, the Museum of Modern Art in New York even features a Fiat 500 example in the permanent collection.
Whilst it may not be suited to all tastes, the Italian styling and design are touted as highlights of the little car capturing the hearts and minds of fans around the world and inspiring the true La Dolce Vita in all.
The Fiat 500C Collezione special series is a celebration of the style and design of the Fiat 500 which brings new colour and material combinations to the mix, and a fire cracking TwinAir Turbo engine. 
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