Fiat reveals bigger

Panda

Fiat Grande Panda, 2024, front
Fiat Grande Panda, 2024, side
Fiat Grande Panda, 2024, rear

FIAT has released the first images of a new Grande Panda - the first of several new vehicles which will be rolled out until 2027.

The car will be available both as an electric and hybrid model and at 3.99 metres in length is a compact five-seater.

A bold nose and angular lines give the car an SUV feel while the headlamps, made up of opal cubes, reflect the windows on the facades of Fiat's Lingotto factory in Turin.

On the sides, the Grande Panda's silhouette harks back to the Panda from the 80s and in homage to the classic Panda 4x4, the Panda name is printed with three dimensional in relief on the doors.

It is Fiat's first model on parent company Stellantis' STLA Smart platform also used by the new Citroen C3.

Performance details and pricing are still to be revealed but Fiat says the Grande Panda is the first of a new generation of cars from the Italian company.

Olivier Francois, Fiat's chief executive, said: "The best way to celebrate FIAT's 125 years is to start writing the first pages of our future, starting with the new Grande Panda. Designed in Turin, Italy by our Centro Stile, FIAT's new creation embodies its forerunner's values. This compact car is based on a global platform, giving the brand the opportunity to expand its global reach."

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