The Fiat 600 (Italian: Seicento) is a water-cooled urban car with rear engine, manufactured and marketed by Fiat from 1955 to 1969 - offered in two-door fastback sedans and four-door Multi MPV body styles.

Measuring just 3.22 m (10 ft 7 in) in length, its new design was the first monobloc Fiat with a rear engine, and was priced around € 6,700 or $ 7300 in today's money [when?] (590,000 lire then [6] The total number produced from 1955 to 1969 at the Mirafiori plant in Turin was 2,695,197.

The 1955 Fiat 600 formed the 2nd generation "Nuova" (Nova) 500 project, launched two years later - which was even smaller, at 2.97 m (9 ft 9 in) and, although more round, largely copied the layout and the shape of the 600s. Later, the 600 also formed the platform for the largest 850 hall, launched in 1964, which coexisted with the 600 in Fiats for five years, until the 600 was canceled.

The 1955 Fiat 600 formed the 2nd generation "Nuova" (Nova) 500 project, launched two years later - which was even smaller, at 2.97 m (9 ft 9 in) and, although more round, largely copied the layout and the shape of the 600s. Later, the 600 also formed the platform for the largest 850 hall, launched in 1964, which coexisted with the 600 in Fiats for five years, until the 600 was canceled.

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