As time goes on and the move towards electric vehicles becomes more decisive, Fiat have jumped onboard with the introduction of the new Fiat 500 and Fiat Panda hybrid models.
Let’s start by taking a closer look at the 500 Hybrid – this is a green spin on the iconic city car that’s ruled the streets for many years, and it’s only right that it is the first model that Fiat are taking into the electric sphere. Not only will this model have environmental benefits, it also carries a lot of advantages for you the driver, such as reduced running costs and the ability to drive in low-emission zones.
As you would expect, this special 500 arrives with a few stylish elements that’ll make this launch edition recognisable wherever you go. This includes a Green Dew paint, a special badge on the B-pillar, and some stunning 16-inch alloy wheels. When you step inside, you’ll be greeted by an environmentally friendly interior where, thanks to a partnership with SEAQUAL INITIATIVE, the front seats have been crafted using 100% recycled fibre that contains upcycled marine plastic. The bright Green Dew paint also sweeps inside along the dashboard to give this model a clean and airy feel for you to enjoy.
It’s not just this model that’s got the hybrid touch, the Panda is also making its mark with the introduction of hybrid technology. By adding a mild hybrid engine, it makes this playful model more efficient by producing less CO2 emissions while driving, at the same time as ensuring you have a more refined and relaxed driving experience – what could be better?
Just like it’s 500 counterpart this model will sport the Green Dew paint, hybrid badge and SEAQUAL INITATIVE seats, but will also have a crossover look with rugged exterior details, 15-inch wheels with white centre caps and a built-in smartphone cradle so you can easily connect to the Uconnect system.
If you can’t wait to get your hands on either of these models, please get in touch with a member of our helpful and friendly team at your local Johnsons Fiat to register your interest today.