One of the workshops from Germany, Irmscher is expanding its portfolio by releasing a special breakthrough.
Known to be reliable in working on the line-up made by Opel, now something new is being tried to modify an electric car from Italy.
Irmscher's choice fell on an electric Fiat 500 that was packaged more aggressively and eye-catching than the exterior.
The aesthetics of the electric Fiat 500 is still maintained as standard without the supply of a body kit, considering the already cool design.
The most obvious upgrade is the new wheel setup instead of the 17-inch ‘La Prima' multi-spoke rims.
The rims have been replaced by a 10-spoke Turbo Star edition of a similar size, and are available in black or silver color options.
The composition of the new wheels is combined with a shorter suspension setup, so that the city car is closer to the ground.
Another sweetening accessory is a red strip sticker that reads Urban by Irmscher which reinforces its sporty character.
The cabin changes are also fairly simple, only the replacement of new leather material for the seats, door cards, headliner, and also the steering wheel.
The leather finish can be ordered in amaretto brown or burgundy, which brings a premium feel to the cabin.
Plus the diamond stitching pattern and color mix are reminiscent of a Maserati, though not as luxurious as the Abarth specs.