2021 Fiat Panda

2021 Fiat Panda

2021 Fiat Panda

2021 Fiat Panda

The New Panda is celebrating its first 40 years and to do so, Fiat is renewing its functional icon and expanding the family with the New Panda Sport. The line-up now includes 5 trim levels, to represent the model's three new souls. It will now be easier to choose the version that best meets the tastes and requirements of a customer more attentive to city style, the Life soul in the Panda and City Life trim levels. For those who prefer a dynamic and characterful life, the Sport soul in the new Sport version; or for those with a yearning wanderlust, the Cross soul in the City Cross and Cross trim levels.

The New Fiat Panda therefore represents the natural evolution of an invention that has for 40 years always been synonymous with charm, ease of use and versatility. Panda is all this and so much more: a 'brand' packed with functional and emotional value, symbol of freedom to travel, but also a product that has become part of the collective unconscious, just like other results of Italian creativity: from the Fiat 500 to the Vespa Piaggio, from the Moka Bialetti to Bruno Munari's Cubo ashtray.

The Cross and City Cross versions, for freedom-seekers

The third New Fiat Panda soul is 'Cross', available in the City Cross and Cross trims, with a distinctive and off-road character. Both versions are available with 4x2 and 4x4 traction, and can now be methane-powered.

Specifically, the New Panda City Cross was designed for customers looking for a city car resembling an off-roader, at an accessible price: it is therefore a vehicle to take a break from the daily routine, to immerse yourself in exciting urban adventures. Aesthetically, the new model comes with the new Ceramic Blue pastel livery, a perfect combination with the new two-tone (blue and black) techno-leather upholstery on the door panels and seats, the latter embellished by silver-colored stitching and fabric side panels. In the center of the dashboard is the new 7" touchscreen radio (optional) and automatic air conditioning, which comes as standard. The new Panda City Cross is complemented by LED DRL headlights and features in black, such as the roof rack and side sills, which accentuate its urban look.

Finally, the new line-up is completed by the Panda Cross, the top-of-the-range trim level with an off-road character and appearance and the best equipment for those who want an all-inclusive car. It features stylish new 15" wheel rims, double red tow hook below the bumper grille, chrome paintwork for skid plates, roof rack and side shock absorber bands with the wording 'cross' in relief in black.

The wide range of equipment as standard includes rear parking sensors, automatic air conditioning, leather steering wheel, new black techno-leather door panels, new 'woody' dashboard in recycled materials and new 7" touchscreen radio complete with DAB digital radio, set up for Apple CarPlay and compatible with Android Auto™ and smartphone bracket. Other new features: two-tone seats made with sustainability in mind, the center panel of which are spun with a special eco-friendly fabric with at least 37" recycled plastic from the land. The seats are embellished with brown side stitching in fabric, eco-leather details and specific "cross" logo.

New-generation infotainment

For the first time on the model comes the new radio 7" Touchscreen with DAB digital radio, set up for Apple CarPlay and compatible with Android Auto™ and smartphone bracket. In particular, Apple CarPlay seamlessly integrates your smartphone into the display, so users can make calls, access their music, send and receive messages, get directions based on traffic conditions and much more besides, while remaining focused on the road at all times.

The new Mild Hybrid engine is now available across the line-up

Mild Hybrid technology is now available across the New Fiat Panda line-up, providing all the benefits of efficient, compact, lightweight and accessible hybrid driving. In short, it is the best city car solution and is perfectly in line with the approach taken by Fiat, an increasingly sustainable pioneer of technology and an innovator in mobility.

The gasoline Mild Hybrid engine pairs the new Euro 6D Final-compliant 70 hp (51.5 kW) 3-cylinder 1-liter engine from the FireFly family with a BSG (Belt-integrated Starter Generator) electric motor. The latter recovers energy during braking and deceleration, stores it in a lithium battery with a capacity of 11 Ah, and uses it, at a peak output of 3.6 kW, to restart the engine in Stop&Start mode and to assist acceleration.

Compared to the 1.2 69 hp Fire, the Panda's Mild Hybrid engine improves fuel efficiency and reduces CO2 emissions by up to 30%, guaranteeing the same performance and ensuring a very high standard of comfort, even when restarting. The BSG system also means the internal combustion engine can restart very quietly and vibration-free when stopping and setting off again.

The transmission takes on the new 6-speed gearbox, designed to further optimize the engine's range of usage. The New Panda Hybrid also gives customers access to all the advantages of hybrid vehicle homologation, which - depending on local regulations - include freedom of access and movement in city centers, cheaper parking in towns and tax breaks.

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