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Fiat 500 Perfume Doesn’t Have That New Car Smell

 |  |  |  November 21, 2018


Yes, gearheads, FIAT 500 Perfume is a thing. It doesn’t smell like new car or even a car in general, but it does come in a very cool perfume bottle which looks like the front end of the iconic FIAT 500, so it should look cool on your desk right next to your bottle of Sex Panther.

It’s pretty cool as far as perfume bottles go, and comes in both men’s and women’s fragrances. So if it doesn’t smell like a FIAT, what does it smell like? The ladies’ version is described as “an authentic explosion of joy, which combines the sparkling and contemporary touch of pink pepper with the woody notes of white musk, in a fresh and bold mix, with an unmistakable style”. The men’s version has “a game of bold and sparkling contrasts: the vibrant mix of pink pepper and Timur pepper combines with fresh and sensual notes of grapefruit and patchouli, for an original and captivating result.” In other words, put this stuff on, and you won’t stink.

It comes in two sizes: 50 ML and 100 ML (1.69 and 3.38 fluid ounces). The ladies’ version comes in white inspired by the pearl white FIAT 500 and the men’s comes in green, inspired by the limited edition military green FIAT that was launched in collaboration with Italian fashion label Diesel. Get it at the Perfume Holding online store.

[via Metro via Mike Shouts]



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