Impeccable [im-pec-cà-bi-le] agg. Free from defects, perfect, flawless
The Impeccable Blue 415 is one of the most iconic colors if we think of the first Fiat 500.
It is a particular shade of light blue used for the bodywork of cars produced from November 1971 to February 1974.
Now we do not want to enter the eternal dilemma that plagues the minds of the five hundred most hardened, divided between the supporters of the classic impeccable blue and those of blue does not love me, for a more sporty touch.
Blue in all its nuances continues to be one of the most used colours even for the most recent versions, the special series and the celebrations of the 500 beach version that we still see crowding the small ports of the islands of the Gulf of Naples and the breathtaking roads that run along the coasts of the peninsula and the French Riviera.
How blue do you feel?