The Fiat Panda has been updated with a fresh look before its first public appearance at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The MPV-cum-city car recently passed two million unit sales worldwide and the Italian manufacturer is hopeful that the latest model, with new engines and more equipment, will continue its success.
In terms of dimensions, the new Panda is almost identical to its forebear however it sports a new front-end. That means a new horizontal bar and wide front-grille, bringing it in line with the Punto Evo's face.
From launch the Panda will be available in two-wheel drive however there are plans to bring an all-wheel drive model in at a later date, as it did with the last generation.
A new range of engines have been added to the Panda's line-up for the first time with a focus on emissions and economy.
The much-praised 85bhp TwinAir Turbo has been brought in from the Fiat 500 - complete with Stop/Start technology and a gearshift indicator - resulting in reduced CO2 emissions and improved economy. Three engines complete the range including a 75bhp MultiJet 2 turbodiesel unit.
Inside, the Panda comes with more equipment than ever including a range of driver aids and safety measures including four airbags, daytime running lights and anti-whiplash front head restraints.
Technology is bolstered by a Blue&Me TomTom Live satellite navigation system which is operated by an inbuilt multimedia system which is compatible with mobile phones and digital music players.
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