In September 1968, Fiat put up for sale the 500L or «Lusso» (type 110 F / L), a better equipped and improved version of the 500 F. The 500L remained on sale until 1972, when the new Fiat 126 was introduced.
Perhaps the feature that stands out most in the 500L is tubular protectors that protect the front bumper and the rear corners. As a result, the car was about 6cm in length longer than 500F. Other specific exterior items of the model were a new Fiat emblem at the front, new wheel caps, chrome trim to cover the drips to the roof and around the fender rear and rear windows.
Inside, the instrument panel was entirely covered in black anti-reflective plastic material instead of being painted in black metal and was equipped with a new trapeziodal quadrant that replaced the previous round. The steering wheel was made of black plastic material with metal spokes.
From a mechanical point of view, the 500L was identical to 500F.
This Fiat 500L has been fully restored.