Fiat Panda celebrates 40 years with new trims


The Fiat Panda is celebrating 40 years with new ‘Sport’ and ‘City Life’ trims in addition to ‘Cross’ and ‘City Cross’ trims, bringing the total to 5 trims including the regular Panda.

The new Panda Sport joins the Fiat Sport family currently comprising the 500X, 500L and Tipo models. It features body-colored door handles and mirror covers; and new two-tone 16-inch alloy wheels with a black centre cap. The options list includes an exclusive Matt Gray livery and a black roof; the latter can be complemented with gloss black door handles and mirror covers. The optional Pandemonio Pack includes red calipers.

Inside, the Panda Sport features titanium-colored dashboard; door panels in eco-leather; black ceiling; and new seats with dark grey upholstery, techno-leather details, fabric side panels and red contrast stitching. The aforementioned Pandemonio Pack adds blacked-out windows and techno-leather steering wheel with red contrast stitching.

Next up is the Panda City Life. It gets a new front bumper, door cladding, and new 15-inch ‘Life’ wheels. There are contrast black elements such as the mirror caps, door handles and roof rails. The interior gets anthracite-colored dashboard and two-tone gray seats.

The Panda Cross will be available in Cross and City Cross sub-trims, boasting an off-road character. Both versions will be available with either FWD or AWD configurations, and can now be methane (CNG) powered. The exterior comes finished with a new Ceramic Blue pastel livery, complemented with red tow hooks, chrome-ish skid plates and roof rails, and 15-inch alloy wheels with a red cap.


The cabin features a two-tone seat upholstery made of recycled plastics; brown contrast stitching, and a wood-effect dashboard, also made of recycled materials.

The cars feature a 7-inch central touchscreen with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity; DAB digital radio, automatic air conditioning, and rear parking sensors. As an option, Fiat will offer D-Fence pack by Mopar comprising an air filter, air purifier and a UV lamp.

The mild-hybrid powertrain launched with the Panda Hybrid in April this year, is now available across the lineup. It combines a 70 hp 1.0-litre 3-cylinder FireFly petrol engine with a BSG (Belt-integrated Starter Generator) electric motor. Compared to the 69 hp 1.2L Fire, the mild-hybrid powertrain is claimed to improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions by up to 30%.

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