Fiat is working globally on 10 new models, obviously including those for the South American market. Crossovers/SUVs, which are very popular, will be increasingly popular; important for the growth strategy of the Italian brand. As we know, in 2023 will arrive; a B-SUV close relative of the Jeep Avenger. Model that will be available both in the electric version and with endothermic engines.
According to some rumors, this car could be called the Fiat 600and could be destined to replace the Fiat 500X, a model that has achieved good commercial success up to now. Therefore, the new Fiat 600, if it really will be called; thus, it could also be seen as the heir to the current 500 X which should end its current cycle around 2024. Based on the first rumors, a render tries to imagine what this new car could be like.
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The rendering starts from the idea that the new model will take the form of the future. inspired by the design we see today on the electric 500. Therefore, the front of the new B-SUV could be characterized by the presence of headlights with shapes similar to those of the current small electric car. Model that could have a length of about 4.10 meters. As far as the electric powertrain is concerned, we will probably find the current unit in the market. of the Jeep Avenger with 115 kW (156 hp). Autonomy should be around 400 km according to the WLTP cycle.
The internal combustion engine could always be the 1.2-litre 3-cylinder 100 HP engine. As for the interior, we will find a lot of technology with digital instrumentation and latest generation infotainment. Obviously for the moment these are only hypotheses based on some first rumors. There will be definitely a way to learn more about it. over the next few months, given that the debut of the Fiat B-SUV is; expected for next year.
The electric B-SUV will be; built in the Polish factory in Tychy, where the new Jeep Avenger is also produced.
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