You visit Italy with the idea that it’s an old country, with so many building several centuries old, yet the country only got united 150 years ago. This is an event to celebrate, and Fiat already did. It launched a commemorative version of its Punto model. But here’s another manufacturer celebrating: Tazzari. Its car is the Zero. It got that name because it’s a zero emission car, thanks to its electric propulsion.
The Tazzari Zero was known as a closed vehicle. It was a very small 2-door sedan, but this “150 Italia” version comes with a new open body. To better enjoy the zero emission, I guess. This speedster bodystyle is only available in this commemorative version (it should come as a regular model next year), which comes with new LED lights in front and, body stripes whose colors are telling the whole world where the car is from.
The Tazzari Zero Speedster 150 Italia is available today. Its price is 28,585 euros in France ($40,775).