Yes. The image below depicts the best part of this car. See the shape of that radiator? It's absolutely bonkers and I love it.

Now that we're done with the pros of the car...

I've recently driven it. It's called the Tipo, but I reckon that better names could have been found. For example, I would've gone for the Fiat Titanic. If one day you'll bother actually going inside one of these, you'll very much appreciate the fact that the Italian designers have gone through the trouble of inventing a time machine which, once you completely overcome the perimeter of the car, transports you on the board of the famous ship, which is what make it such great value for money.

However, the only downside I could spot was the fact that I actually had to drive the thing, which seemed like a difficult task which has been bestowed upon me. The round thing which steered the car - the helm, was not extremely kind and helpful in keeping me from hitting things. As I passed through streets on which buildings have been unfortunately placed, I marveled at the sight of churches, which seemed much smaller than the car which I was driving.

Tip of the day: if you're a businessman and therefore quite uptight with your money, then forget about the BMW 7 Series or the Audi A8 - this perky Italian car will make you feel like owning your own limousine, one with a pretty nice exterior and an immense interior - and all these, for an impressively tiny amount of money.

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