Fiat’s Innovative Tech Keeps Panda Fresh Until 2027 – Meet the Pandina!

New-generation electric model to be released this year, sold with all-electric version.

Fiat has confirmed the extension of the current version of the Panda by introducing a limited edition model named Pandina, in honor of the affectionate title given to this small car by Italians.

According to the Cross model, the recently refreshed Panda has been equipped with off-road features, extra badges, and splashes of yellow to match its Pandina namesake. The wheel covers boast charming panda face designs. Other than these additions, the Pandina bears a striking resemblance to the previous year’s limited edition Panda 4×40.

Fiat has recently introduced a fresh and vibrant Positano Yellow hue, as well as the opportunity for customers to combine it with contrasting roof selections, complementing their existing color choices of Gelato White, Cinema Black, Passione Red, and Italia Blue.

Fiat Pandina: the most beloved Panda Ever, more technological than ever​​

According to Fiat, the latest model of the Pandina is equipped with highly sophisticated driver assistance technology, making it the safest Panda yet. The long-standing hatchback now features cutting-edge emergency braking, lane keeping, drowsy driver detection, and traffic sign recognition systems. Additionally, Fiat has included rear parking sensors, cruise control that activates at a speed of 18.6 mph, automatic high beams, and six airbags for enhanced safety measures.

The Pandina’s latest incarnation boasts a fresh 7.0-inch fully digital display with three unique visual variations, accompanied by a revamped steering wheel. Additionally, the brand-new 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system is equipped with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility for seamless connectivity.

No changes have been made to the mechanics of the Pandina, as it still runs on the 69-horsepower 1.0-liter mild hybrid engine and is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission that powers the front wheels.

Fiat has recently revealed that the Panda, a highly sought-after car in Italy and other European countries, will continue to be manufactured in Pomigliano d’Arco until at least 2027. This decision was made in conjunction with the unveiling of five new Fiat concept cars, which are set to be fully showcased in the same year. Additionally, Fiat has announced plans to increase production by 20% in order to meet the growing demand from customers.

The current schedule indicates that the Panda equipped with an internal combustion engine will continue to be available for purchase alongside the upcoming, all-electric model slated to debut in July 2024. Despite not being sold in the United States, there is a significant possibility that the electric Panda will eventually make its way to American markets, as evidenced by the availability of the 500e in the US.

The European release of the Fiat Pandina is set to commence in the upcoming summer season.

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