Fiat 500L 1970 Red

Price Info :

Rest of Year: 79€/day

April – May – June :        89€/day
September – October :   89€/day

July – August :  99€/day

Rest of Year:                   79€/day

April – May – June :        89€/day
September – October :   89€/day

July – August :               99€/day



Type                                 | Inline 2-cylinder, 8-valve        

Power                             | 18hp                                              

Torque                           | 27 Nm                                           

Driven Wheels             | RWD                                            

Compression Ratio  | Gasoline                                        


Top Speed                | 95 km/h (59 mph)                         

0 – 60 Mph                | 9.2 s                               



DISPLACEMENT        |  5-Speed                    

Type                            | Manual                                


The 1970 Fiat 500L is a quintessential example of Italian automotive ingenuity, embodying both style and practicality. The “L” stands for “Lusso,” meaning “luxury” in Italian, and this model brought several enhancements to the beloved Fiat 500 series. It featured a more refined interior with upgraded trim and upholstery, a new dashboard design, and a more comfortable driving experience.

Powered by a small yet efficient 499 cc two-cylinder engine, the Fiat 500L produced 18 horsepower, allowing it to reach a top speed of around 95 km/h. While these figures might seem modest by today’s standards, the 500L was perfectly suited to the narrow, winding streets of Italy and other European cities. Its compact size made it an excellent choice for urban driving and parking.

The exterior design remained faithful to the iconic look of the Fiat 500, with its charming rounded shape and compact dimensions. The 500L also introduced chrome bumper guards and other small stylistic updates that set it apart from its predecessors.

Even today, the 1970 Fiat 500L holds a special place in the hearts of classic car enthusiasts. Its combination of vintage charm, practical design, and historical significance makes it a cherished example of mid-20th-century automotive culture.