The Fiat Panda has been placed into the spotlights once again after the inautonews.com team captured what seems to be the next generation or even the facelifted version of the model on camera in Italy.
After the Fiat 500 MPV, or the Ellezero as it will be named, has made quite a buzz after being spied just a few days ago, another Fiat is highlighted by this article. The popular Fiat Panda has been recently caught on camera while being semi-camouflaged in the same part of the world as the 500 MPV, Livigno, Italy, which is showing that the car manufacturer is testing its new models in that area.
As you can see from the images posted below, the model captured on camera appears to be the facelifted version of the Fiat Panda, but until some details will be officially announced we won’t know that for sure. As a reminder, the Fiat Panda is a city car introduced back in 1980. The new Panda is now in its third generation, which has been officially introduced to the public at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, which is why we don’t know what’s with this spied version of the Panda. Could it be a “Cross” Panda with permanent all-wheel drive system?