For the European market fiat two light mixed new car official map released

2022-04-30 0 By

Fiat has released the official images of its two light Hybrid models, the Fiat 500X Hybrid and the Tipo Hybrid.Both models are designed specifically for the European market and will be sold only in Europe in the future.Both models have a 1.5T engine and a 48V light blend system, and officials say they have improved fuel economy by around 11%. The new cars will reportedly go on sale later this year.In terms of appearance, there is no obvious change in the design of the new car and its traditional fuel version. For Fiat 500X Hybrid, the brand LOGO at the front position is replaced with the red “500” LOGO, and the oval headlights and daytime running lights composed of two sections of curved LED lights are quite recognizable.Compact body shape is also very in line with European car habits and preferences.In addition, the new car will be hatchback and convertible two models, for consumers to provide a richer choice.Tipo Hybrid adjusts its brand LOGO to FIAT LOGO. Compared with 500X, the hatchback station wagon has stronger loading capacity and practical space.Interior, the new car also basically continued the design of the current model, and in the seat, the central passage and other positions into the embellishment of red elements.The 500X Hybrid will be available in Club, Cross and Sport configurations, while the Tipo Hybrid will also be available in Tipo, City Life and Cross configurations.At the same time, both cars will come with standard comfort and convenience features such as front-seat heating and keyless entry.In terms of power, the new car will be equipped with a light mix system consisting of a 1.5T turbocharged engine with a maximum power of 130 HP and a peak torque of 240 NM, matched with a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox.The 48V BSG motor provides an additional 20 horsepower output, making the vehicle more responsive in the start-up phase.In addition, fiat 500X Hybrid’s 0-100km/h acceleration time is 9.4 seconds, while Tipo Hybrid’s 0-100km/h acceleration time is 9.3 seconds, showing no significant difference between the two cars.