Fiat Panda Garmin (2022): In the City Cross version, the city car adopts the exterior look

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The third generation of the Fiat Panda, launched in 2011, is still available in the Torino manufacturer’s catalog. To breathe new life into this model, Fiat is now presenting it in a new special series called Garmin. Based on the adventurous version of City Cross, it clearly refers to the American specialist in GPS navigation systems. This Panda Garmin is available with a green body color called Foresta Green associated with orange inserts.

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In particular, an orange border is placed on the doors over the plastic guards that characterize this City Cross version of the Panda. Note the two orange towing eyes on the gray front bumper. Mirror caps are also available in this gray colour. The upgraded city car also gets matte black 15-inch wheels, as well as a Garmin badge in the amount between its two doors.

outdated instrumentation

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Fiat Panda Garmin (2022)Photo Credit – Fiat

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For the rest, this Fiat Panda is equipped with Garmin LED daytime running lights, fog lights and black roof bars. Fabric upholstery inside the cabin adopts a black and orange style. The instrument cluster is marked with a 7-inch touchscreen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Unfortunately, it’s at the dashboard level that the Panda is clearly outdated in 2022 with an on-board computer that looks like it’s from another era.

Fiat Panda is also available in white, metallic gray or black body colour. It is only offered with the 70 hp 1.0 GSE hybrid engine under the hood. While these lines are being written, the price is not reported.

In short

Fiat is launching an unprecedented special series in its two models, Tipo and Panda. The latter actually takes on the characteristics of the City Cross adventurous version and gets certain cosmetic elements, such as the Foresta Green body colour. Orange inserts are added to various parts of the body, as well as to the cabin. And if the instrument cluster has a 7-inch touchscreen, the driving position is unfortunately outdated with an on-board computer from the 2000s. The price of this Fiat Panda Garmin is not being told to us as we write these lines.

Quentin Gueroult

Source From: Google News

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