The new generation Fiat Panda made its world debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show and, just like the previous generation, a 4x4 version is scheduled to follow. The first spy shots have captured the car testing in winter conditions and considering it will be similar to the standard version, expect to see it launched by the end of the year.

The upcoming Panda 4x4 is the perfect alternative for those who want to combine the affordability of a city car with the pleasure of driving a 4x4 model. Compared to the standard Panda, the 4x4 version will sit higher off the ground and will be offered with a different suspension and bigger wheels. For the exterior, the model will get plastic elements at all the corners, but that is where the differences will end for the standard and 4X4 Pandas models.

Just like with the standard version, the future Panda 4x4 will be offered with two TwinAir twin cylinder engines: the 2011 International Engine of the Year 85bhp TwinAir Turbo, or the brand new 65bhp naturally aspirated TwinAir. Both engines are equipped with Start and Stop as standard and a 4x4 system.


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  (463) posted on 02.21.2012

What an advanced concept! This has a strong appearance on the road. The engine of this model uses twin air turbo. It might even be a best-selling car for 2013.

  (570) posted on 02.13.2012

The black and color combination of the exterior gives angst to the vehicle. This is best for family use, not just because it’s affordable, but also because of its durability and functionality.

  (517) posted on 02.7.2012

What’s good color combination comes from black and white. It symbolizes aggressiveness. And that’s what Fiat Panda implemented. It goes a show that their concept is very tough on market sales.

  (530) posted on 01.30.2012

Wow a Fiat Panda which is a smaller version of a 4X4 wheel drive. It’s sounds great. It looks cool in other colors. Hope it has a powder blue color.

  (532) posted on 01.25.2012

The headlights of the car is like the eyes of the panda because of the black and white color combination. It’s a small car with big wheels to fit in winter seasons. I hope its really an affordable car.

  (541) posted on 01.25.2012

Panda is now on it’s 4X4 wheels. Great combination to have, off-road driving and city car. What else could we wish for?

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