Some of the best concepts these days are hatchbacks, which Americans apparently hate since sales of the segment are declining. But Europeans still love them for their practicality and diminutive urban-friendliness. This reinterpretation of the legendary 1970s Fiat 126 hatchback has been released as an all-electric concept. The Fiat 126 Vision retains the original’s wonderful boxiness, square headlights, and twin body creases but rounds out some of the corners and adds flush door handles and a solid front fascia. It might never make it to production, but if we had our druthers, it would since the 126 really does need to replace the Fiat 500 a second time.