Fiat introduced the 126 city car in 1972 at the Turin auto show as a replacement for the iconic 500. The 126 would go on to become a hugely popular icon in its own right, with the rear-engined car being built in Italy and Poland until 2000 — an astonishing 28-year, 4.7-million unit production run. With its history as efficient urban transportation and clean design, Ma-De Studio has given the 126 a logical update as an electrified vehicle. The new look is slightly more rounded while keeping the hallmarks of the original, most notably in the character line that runs around the body and headlights set off by LED contour lights. With Fiat bringing more EVs to market, the 126 would be a perfect addition to their lineup.