Classic Fiats turned into fridges
Image: idleformat, 2007; Yellow.Cat, 2009.
Refrigerators come in all shapes and sizes, with Smeg producing some of the most stylish models on the market at the moment.
It makes sense, then, that this manufacturer would join forces with Fiat to create an unique cooling unit.
Smeg has taken the front half of a number of classic Fiat 500 cars and turned them into mini fridges, which can be used to keep all sorts of items nice and cold in the hot summer months, according to Gizmodo.
Admittedly, there will be many auto enthusiasts who are slightly sad to see the Fiat 500 dismantled and repurposed, but the models used might have been scrapped, were it not for this new scheme.
The fridges are accessible by popping the hood of the 500 and there are a number of controls for the cooling built into a panel that echoes the look and feel of the original car's dash.
Smeg will be selling these to any customers who want quite a novel way to refrigerate drinks and other items, later this month, although at the moment, no price has been announced. It is safe to assume that these will be quite expensive given that you are effectively buying a slice of a classic car.