By Drew Johnson
Thursday, Nov 1st, 2012 @ 12:18 pm
 

Chrysler's Mopar parts division has teamed with Fiat to create a new Custom Shop for 500 buyers. Appropriately, Fiat announced the establishment of its Custom Shop at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

For customers interested in making their 500 a little more unique, the Custom Shop will offer a "menu of packages" featuring genuine Mopar parts. Unlike most custom pieces, the Custom Shop options are factory-installed and can be financed with a buyer's monthly payments. The parts are also covered under Fiat's factory warranty.

The Fiat Custom Shop will offer buyers a number of unique interior and exterior design upgrades, as well as a host of performance improvements.

Interior options will include Katzkin-covered seats in wide variety of colors, material options such as sued and leather, two-tone combinations, and piping, stitch and embroidery options.

For those looking to spruce up the exterior of their 500, a number of accessories will be available, ranging from graphics to roof racks.

On the performance front, the Fiat Custom Shop will make available a wide variety of Mopar go-fast bits, including cat-back exhaust systems, brake kits and suspension upgrades.

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