Fiat cars at Geneva Show 2015 – 500 Vintage 57 edition, Panda K-Way, and Doblo Trekking
Fiat cars at Geneva Show 2015 includes Vintage ’57 edition of 500, Panda K-Way and Doblo Trekking. Fiat Panda K-Way Special Edition developed jointly with K-Way will sport colourful exteriors with mirror and wheel caps in colorful hues of blue, yellow, orange and titanium.
Set to attract a young audience, the body of Panda K-Way will be offered in options of 20 possible color combinations. Interiors of the Panda K-Way will be presented in two tone eco leather while dashboard is in blue with silver ultrashine accents. Blue floor mats, K-Way branded seatbelts and two VISIBAGs – high visibility vests will also be seen in its interiors.
Fiat Panda K-Way will go on sale in April with deliveries commencing in May 2015. It will be powered by four engine options to include a 1.2 liter Fire EVO II and a 1.2 liter Fire EVO II LPG both offering 69 PS peak power and 0.9 liter TwinAir and 0.9 liter Methane Turbo TwinAir offering outputs of 65PS and 80 PS respectively.
Fiat will also celebrate the original 1957 Fiat 500 with a special edition called Vintage ’57 at the Geneva Motor Show. True to its 50’s style, the model will boast of pastel paint on its exterior with a contrasting white roof, 16” alloy wheels and distinctive 50s Fiat badges. Interiors will be in a matching white finish with tan leather seats while additional features will include air conditioning, Fiat Blue&Me system and a total of 7 airbags.
Sporting 1.2 liter and 0.9 liter TwinAir petrol engines, the 500 Vintage ’57 will be put on sale in the UK from April with a starting price of £12,545 (INR 12,07,750).
The next new car in line for 2015 Geneva Show is Fiat Doblo Trekking. It features a rugged finish, thanks to modified bumpers, plastic body claddings on the side, skid plate, privacy glass, and all-new 16 inch alloys which are exclusive only to this variant. Apart from this, it also gets all season tyres and an increased ride height (by 10 mm).
On the inside, it remains same as a regular Doblo, but you get many options as ass-ons. For eg, you can get leather wrapped steering wheel and dashboard, cruise control, GPS, etc. Fiat Doblo Trekking comes with a new traction system, called Traction+, though this does not offer a 4WD, Fiat claims it offers better traction in difficult terrains. Fiat has not revealed anything about what will power the Doblo Trekking.
Fiat cars at Geneva Show 2015 will also include their latest models across range, on offer in Europe.