Fiat will introduce a new crossover and a roadster in 2015

Article by Christian Andrei, on September 1, 2014

2015 will be a very busy year for Fiat as the Italian manufacturer will introduce two new models to its lineup. The first model will be a new crossover based on the popular Fiat 500. Dubbed Fiat 500X, the new subcompact crossover will hit the dealerships in early 2015 and will share the platform with the recently introduced 2015 Jeep Renegade.

The second addition to Fiat’s lineup will be a two-seat roadster that will share platform with the new Mazda MX-5 Miata. The new model will arrive at North American dealerships in the second half of 2015.

Regarding the current models, the Fiat 500 and 500, these are expected to remain unchanged in the coming years. The Fiat 500 will receive small changes in the next five years, while production will be moved from Mexico to Europe in 2015.

The bigger 500L will also receive some minor improvements at the interior, but according to our sources no major styling or platform changes are expected.

Topics: fiat, crossover, roadster

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