Fiat’s next-generation 500 city car will be fully electric, with a range of 200 miles.
Fiat has launched a new three-cylinder mild-hybrid engine for the 500 and Panda, providing lower CO2 emissions and better fuel economy.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles proposal would save €5 billion a year by sharing development costs on technology such as electric vehicles and self-driving cars.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has entered into an emissions pooling agreement with Tesla in order to avoid fines for violating new European Union emissions rules.
Fiat believes its Centoventi concept will be the key to mass-market EV adoption and will be the cheapest electric car on the market.
The Fiat Panda has become one of only two zero-rated cars in Euro NCAP’s history – the other was the FIAT Punto (2017).
Leasys UK, has leapt to 19th place in the FN50 list of the UK’s after growing its risk fleet 30% so far this year.
Diesel is replaced by petrol and the updated 500X remains a pleasing drive
Jeep is to launch a plug-in hybrid Renegade in early 2020 as the next step in FCA’s plan to phase out diesel vehicles by 2021.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK is targeting increased registrations in the public sector after being included in the Crown Commercial Service framework.
Vehicles driven by the internal combustion engine (ICE) look like they are losing out to alternative fuel power trains. Simon Harris reports
Fiat has revised its 500X crossover with revised styling, new technology and a range of new petrol engines.
Fiat has teamed up with traffic jam avoidance app Waze to produce the Panda Waze.
Almost 700 customers and potential customers took the opportunity to drive a choice of 31 vehicles from FCA's five brands during the Company Car in Action event last week.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is bringing a full range of vehicles to Company Car In Action (CCIA), this year.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK (FCA) has launched a company car drivers club offering a range of discounts and benefits.
While the 500X might look like a steroid-enhanced version of the Fiat 500 city car, the two have far less in common than you might think.
The Fiat Tipo 1.6 MultiJet Lounge proves that the old adage ‘Fix It Again Tomorrow’ no longer applies.
Fiat has added the Panda City Cross to its range, with prices starting from £12,995.
Fiat has revealed the facelifted 500L with 40% new components, costing from £16,195.
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