Novitec upgrades the Fiat Panda

Article by Christian Andrei, on November 1, 2012

An upgrade program was created by Italian tuner Novitec for the latest Fiat Panda. Owners can get a front spoiler attached to the production fascia for 184 euros, while the rear spoiler is available for 150 euros. Novitec has also created custom 7.5Jx17 N10 alloys offered in matt-black or silver polished finish with 215/35 R17 tires.

Each of the wheels costs 159 euros but the entire set with tires is priced at 1,106 euros. Novitec also offers a coilover suspension that lowers the ride height between 30 and 80 millimeters. The tuner also provides sport springs that lower the vehicle by 35 mm.

For 419 euros, the Panda can receive a Novitec PowerJet 2 auxiliary control unit for the 2-cylinder TwinAir gasoline engine that increases the output to 99 hp (73 kW), permitting the car to accelerate from zero to 62 mph (0-100 km/h) in 10.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 117 mph (188 km/h).

The power of the 1.3 16V MultiJet turbodiesel engine could also be increased with a Powerrail 5 module that raises the output to 91 hp (67 kW), from 75 hp (55 kW). This enables the car to go from zero to 62 mph in 11.9 seconds (12.8s standard) and top speed of 110 mph (178 km/h).

This kit costs 335 euros. For just 251 euros more, Novitec can give the Panda a sport rear muffler that has a one-round 90mm tailpipe on the two sides.

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