In 2024, Fiat will introduce a brand-new model that was initially believed to be a successor to the Panda. However, contrary to previous assumptions, this upcoming model has no connection to either the Panda or the Centoventi, the Fiat concept showcased at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019. It belongs to the B hatchback segment, resembling typical 5-door sedans that are approximately 4 meters long, such as the Citroen C3, Opel Corsa, Peugeot 208, and the anticipated new Lancia Ypsilon, set to debut in 2024.
This logical model has been developed in Brazil and will be available in South America, likely under the name “Argo,” and in the European market, probably as the new “Punto” or another title. There is also a possibility of it reaching Algeria, although Fiat has not yet made an official announcement regarding this country.
Distinct from the Panda, Centoventi, 500, and 600, this model boasts a fresh and unknown design, marking the first occurrence since the introduction of the Tipo in 2015.
Anticipated to be unveiled in the latter half of 2024, the new model will be equipped with an electric motor, potentially supplemented by a 1.2-liter hybrid variant. Notably, the Citroen C3 will also be derived from this project.
The current Fiat Panda will continue production in Pomigliano D’Arco (Naples) until 2026. Fiat’s plans beyond this point remain uncertain, leaving open the possibility of the new Panda’s arrival post-2026.
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