Here are the interiors of the Fiat 600
SPY VIDEO FROM THE AD – Having already seen it from the outside (Who the news and in the photo below), for the first time it is possible to take a look at what will be the interior of the Fiat 600, b-suv ever closer to debut. To reveal them, in a semi-official way, is the CEO of Fiat himself, Olivier Francois, who on his profile Instagram posted a couple of short videos taken directly from the driver’s seat. The images come from Lerici, where the Turin-based brand is filming the TV spot featuring the 600.
LIKE THE AVENGER BUT NOT TOO MUCH – From the images released by the managing director, the dashboard, the central display and the instrument panel of the Turin crossover can be seen quite clearly. The central part of the plank is very similar to that of the Jeep Avengerwith which the Fiat 600 shares the technical basis: the touch screen looks the same, as well as the buttons below the central air vents. The side parts of the dashboard are different: those of the 600 are more rounded than the square ones of the American cousin. Even the instrument panels differ from each other: in this case it is round, to recall that of the 500. The steering wheel appears only partially and in a few frames, but at first glance it appears the same as that of the Avenger, with the except of course the different logo. It is probable that the Italian will have a slightly more spacious interior than its cousin with stars and stripes, given that the external length will be about ten centimeters longer.
ELECTRIC AND PETROL – On the other hand, no surprises are expected from the point of view of the engines. There Fiat 600 it will arrive on the market both in an all-electric version and with internal combustion engines, at least in Italy. Almost certainly under the hood there will be the 1.2 three-cylinder turbo from 101 HP which also equips the Avenger (but a mild hybrid variant is also expected, only with a dual-clutch robotized gearbox and also with 136 HP). Likewise, the electric variant will take advantage of the same powertrain as the smallest Jeep on the market, therefore with a 54 kWh battery that sends energy to the 156 HP electric motor. On the Jeep, 400 km of autonomy are promised, a figure that presumably should also be similar on the Fiat 600.