Fiat is preparing to launch a new model on the Italian market, look out for the coming months.
Fiat is preparing to disrupt the small car market with a new car. The Fiat-Stellantis group wants to shake up the small car market. Launched in 1980 as the successor to the legendary 126, the Fiat Panda has for decades occupied a leading position on the world market for what are known as city cars.
Despite the strong position that the Panda occupies in the international market, especially in Italy and Spain, Fiat is ready to launch Mobiwith the aim of allocating a large piece of the market.
Originally intended for the Brazilian market, the target Fiat is ready to land in Italy. There’s no word yet on launch dates, but the John Elkann-led group is on the hook. It is assumed that we will have to wait several more months before we see it in Italian dealers. At the same time, it is fair to describe this new car, known for various technological innovations.
Fiat Mobi, the new city car that will revolutionize the market
Fiat is preparing to launch the new Mobi on the market, a direct competitor to the historic Fiat Panda. The city car scene is booming, and Stellantis understood that perhaps it was time to seize the opportunity by expanding the range of Fiat-branded vehicles.
Already on the Brazilian market, the Fiat Mobi has a 71 HP engine for the gasoline version, while the 74.5 HP ethanol engine. With a range of about 700 km, Fiat Mobi guarantees 13.5 km per liter in the city and 15 km per liter on extra-urban roads. The 5-speed automatic gearbox allows a maximum speed of 151 km / h.
A very important feature of the new Fiat Mobi is adaptability security standards which will enter into force in 2024. The introduction of electronic stability and traction control among the options will ensure a car of a high level of safety. It will also be the top-of-the-line Trekking with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay multimedia systems. The safari version, in particular, will have a sharper line compared to the base version, which will also allow it to enter the market for Mini city SUVs like, for example, Nissan Juke.
So keep an eye out for the next few months, because Fiat intends to overturn the market and, if it were to continue on this path, the requirements to succeed are all there. The city car market is huge, and the Panda is no longer good enough to dominate on its own.
This post was last modified on 26 May 2023