Limited edition versions of the Fiat Panda and Grande Punto - both called Special Series 360 - will be on sale until December 31.
The Grande Punto 360 is based on the 1.2 Active but has £1700 worth of extra equipment in the form of metallic paint, 15" alloy wheels, body-coloured mirrors, air-conditioning, Fiat's Blue&Me hands-free media system and a split folding rear seat.
Despite the extra goodies, the 360 actually costs £55 less than the Active, at £8495 for the three-door and £9095 for the five-door.
It's a similar story with the Panda 360. This one is based on the 1.2 Dynamic, with the addition of metallic paint, 14" alloy wheels, air-conditioning, a Bluetooth phone system and, again, a split folding rear seat. Like the Grande Punto, it also has various stickers to distinguish it from non-360 models.
The extra equipment on the Panda is worth £1600, but at £7195 the 360 costs £400 less than the Dynamic.