The cabin mimics the exterior color scheme with a yellow instrument panel and dark blue seat upholstery. The Giallissima is based on the base Cult trim, which means it comes standard with a leather-wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifter, a 7-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, tire pressure monitoring system, keyless entry, and cruise control.
The Fiat 500 Giallissima will only be available in the Japanese region in a limited number of just 200 units with prices starting at 2,330,000 JPY (just over $20,000). Giallissima is an expression used to describe the gloss and yellow of the finished paint on a vehicle’s distinctive body. The color is called Happy Yellow and contrasts with the black mirror caps, window frames and a set of 14-inch vintage-inspired alloy wheels.