Geneva Live: Fiat Panda Cross & Fiat Freemont Cross unveiled

Posted on: Mar 4, 2014 - 6:18pm IST

Fiat held the world premiere of two new models – The Fiat Panda Cross and the Fiat Freemon Cross – at the Geneva Motor Show. Both cars will be launched towards September 2014.

Fiat Panda Cross

Two engine options are available for this pseudo crossover – the 1.3-liter Multijet II Turbodiesel engine making 80 hp and the 0.9 TwinAir Turbo petrol engine making 90 hp. The latter gets a 6-speed A/T with a short first gear, says Fiat, and both come with start/stop as standard.

Fiat Panda Cross front three quarter - Geneva Live

An independent MacPherson strut suspension system is found at the front and a linked torsion beam setup is placed at the rear. The five-door car gets special 15-inch alloy wheels, electric door mirrors and height-adjustable driver seat.

Check the press release for further details.

Fiat Freemont Cross

The Freemont Cross also gets two engines. While the front-wheel drive variant gets a 2.0-liter Multijet II engine that makes 140 hp mated to a 6-speed gearbox, a 2.0-liter Multijet II engine making 170 hp is available for both a 4X2 version where it is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and an on-demand all wheel drive version which gets a 6-speed automatic.

Fiat Freemont Cross front three quarter - Geneva Live

On the inside is a 8.4-inch touchscreen navigator, new black leather seats and 19-inch alloy wheels as standard.

Fiat Freemont Cross & Fiat Panda Cross – Geneva – Press Release

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One thought on “Geneva Live: Fiat Panda Cross & Fiat Freemont Cross unveiled

  1. EdiglĂȘ Raul says:

    Fiat Freemont Cross

    that’s a nice car!!! very beautifull and technological…

    when we have it in Brazil? I wish I had one … but I’m poor…


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