Fiat Panda updates include new Sport version
23 October 2020
Author: Sean Keywood
Fiat has announced updates for its Panda city car, including the introduction of a new Sport equipment grade.
Alterations across the range include updated bumpers, new colour options, new 16in alloy wheels, and recycled materials being used for the seats and dashboard.
Further features of the new Sport include red brake callipers, darkened rear windows, body-coloured door handles and door mirrors, a titanium-coloured dashboard, and red stitching on the seats and steering wheel.
It's part of a revised Panda line-up, which Fiat says now comprises three sub-ranges - Life, Sport, and Cross - spanning the equipment grades Panda, City Life, Wild 4x4, Sport, City Cross, and Cross 4x4.
Two engines are now available - the 70hp petrol mild hybrid, introduced earlier this year, on front-wheel drive cars, and the previous 85hp Twinair petrol on four-wheel drive versions.
WLTP CO2 figures are between 123g/km and 127g/km for the mild hybrid, depending on spec, and 156g/km for the Twinair.
Prices for the revised Panda line-up start at £11,895 for an entry-level model, while the Sport is priced at £13,295. Orders will open in early November.