The 84th edition of the Geneva Motor Show has seen the debut of the Fiat Panda Cross as the model in question has been officially presented to the public, in a premiere.
The brand new Fiat Panda Cross has been introduced during the Swiss automotive event and the model in question is sitting above the Panda 4×4, but it’s using the same electronic locking differential and the four-wheel drive system. This system can distribute the available torque between the front and the rear wheels, depending on the traction and on steep hills, it’s also helped by the Hill Descent Control.
The Fiat Panda Cross has also received an off-road inspired body kit, with additional plastic body cladding, updated roof bars, beefier wheel arches, new fog lights and more. The model in question is also getting 15-inch rims, the leather upholstery in the cabin, a climate control system and the Blue&Me infotainment. Power is being provided by a 0.9 liter TwinAir, with 90 HP, or by a 1.3 liter MultiJet, with 80 HP. The gasoline burner will bring you a 6-speed manual transmission with a shortened first gear. No pricing details have been announced just yet.