Fiat hit the mark when it launched the 500 a decade ago. It came 50 years after the previous 500 was available, and it managed to capture the hearts of lots of customers ever since. The funky Fiat 500 supermini will supposedly be replaced in 2019 by a brand new model that might feature hybrid technology to improve its fuel effectiveness. Continue reading for complete information and our exclusive render of this upcoming rival to the Mini hatchback.
2019 Fiat 500 Design
The new car isn’t really anticipated to look radically various to the outbound model– it’ll most likely keep the cutesy retro look that helped make the current 500 so popular. Its interior ought to likewise feature a similar ’60s ambiance to the existing car with a more current infotainment screen, a subtly revised control panel and new trim pieces and materials.
2019 Fiat 500 Engine
The upcoming 2019 model will most likely drop the current 500’s 1.2-litre gas engine in favour of an all-new system boosted by a compact electric motor and a 48V electrical system. Two-cylinder Twinair gas versions and a diesel model are also anticipated to be offered when the new car goes on sale.
In an effort to reduce harmful NOx emissions, Fiat Chrysler employer Sergio Marchionne is looking at cleaner and more fuel effective powertrain choices for vehicles across the range. While these will include plug-in hybrids on high-end luxury models from Alfa Romeo and Maserati, the Group’s tiniest cars will adopt a more cost-efficient approach.
2019 Fiat 500 Price and Release Date
Fiat hasn’t announced when the brand-new 500 will hit UK showrooms but order books are anticipated to open in 2019. A range of standard fuel and diesel models need to cost roughly the same as the outbound ₤ 11,350 car while brand-new hybrid versions might cost closer to ₤ 19,000. We may need to wait until 2020 to see a high-performance Abarth version in display rooms, however.
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