SANTA MONICA, CA – The Fiat 500 subcompact may be turning heads in the U.S., but it’s one product under the Chrysler-Fiat umbrella that will remain distinctly Italian. “A lot of the work that’s going on with the new 500 is basically going to be done in Italy,” Brandon Faurote, head-Chrysler and Fiat brand North America design, tells WardsAuto on the sidelines of a media drive here. “We’ll be part of it from a distance.” The 500 is such an ...

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