The Italian based automaker Fiat will introduce more powerful version of the 0.9 liter TwinAir engine for the 500L, which will generate a total output of 105 HP.
After it was spied earlier this year and after that it was officially presented to the public in a world debut during the Geneva Motor Show in March, the Fiat 500L is once again being placed into the spotlights, this time with the company announcing what engine will be available under its hood. According to the car manufacturer, the Fiat 500L will get a more powerful version of the 0.9 liter TwinAir engine, which will develop 105 HP over the standard 85 HP, and will emit 112 g/km of CO2.
The Fiat 500L is 4,140 mm long, 1,780 mm wide and 1,660 mm tall and, besides the 0.9 liter TwinAir engine, the model is expected to pack the 1.4 liter four-cylinder and the 1.3 liter MultiJet diesel unit, along with an eco-Drive version, which is also expected to make its way onto the market later on. The Fiat 500L will be made on the company’s SUSW (Small U.S. Wide) platform, which will also underpin more models like the compact Jeep crossover in the United States or the replacements for the Fiat Punto and Fiat Palio.