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In a recent press conference at Berlin, Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH), an environmental lobby group based in Germany, continues to strengthen its campaign against automotive industry pollution as it accuses the 500X compact SUV of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) of excessive toxic diesel emissions.
The group has already named automotive company Renault, the Opel division of General Motors (GM) Company, and Daimler's Mercedes-Benz for excessive levels of harmful emissions. DUH campaigner Axel Friedrich claimed that extreme NOx emission overruns have been detected on the Renault Espace, Opel Zafira, Mercedes C Class, and recently a Fiat SUV.
So far, FCA has refused to comment on the issue. The accused car makers denied that they are involved in illegal activities. However, they recognize the fact that some of their vehicles actually release higher levels of toxic emissions when tested in real-life conditions compared to when they’re tested in the norms provided in a prescribed test regime as specified by regulators.Read the entire article German group accuses Fiat 500X compact SUV of exceeding diesel emissions levels
FIAT will give its support to the upcoming Star Wars film, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” with a stormtrooper-themed Fiat 500e. This was announced by Lucasfilm itself. FIAT and FCA US LLC, together with six other global brands of automobile makers, will be launching a groundbreaking campaign to promote the new Star Wars film, which is set to be released on December 18.
FIAT’s role will be to release a 500e that bears exterior aesthetics based upon the armor worn by stormtroopers of the First Order Legion. What results is a beautiful car with a two-tone black and white painting, as well as windshield and side windows designed to make the car look like the visor and helmet of the First Order stormtrooper.
However, the Star Wars-influenced design is not limited to the exteriors – the black and white theme is implemented heavily in the interiors as well. The dashboard is white and emblazoned with the Star Wars logo on its surface.Read the entire article FIAT releases Star Wars-themed 500e, and DVF-wrapped 500X
Fiat has just announced that those who want to order their brand new 500X Opening Edition can contact their dealer as order books are opened. Only 500 units will be available in the UK: 325 examples of the 4X2 City Look version and 175 examples of the rugged AWD Off Road Look version.
The 4X2 version is based on the Pop Star trim level and comes as standard with 17-inch wheels, body-coloured bumpers, front fog lights with cornering illumination, cruise control, automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, a 5-inch Uconnect infotainment system with Bluetooth and Drive Mood selector.
Besides these standard features, the Opening Edition adds a special “Art Grey” pastel paint, 18-inch wheels, a Safety Pack that includes Lane Assist, Blind Spot Assist, ParkView reversing camera and Brake Control collision mitigation system. In addition, the Opening Edition comes with tinted rear windows, an “Opening Edition” badge and the Comfort Pack, which adds Keyless Entry, Keyless Go, front armrest and electric lumbar adjustment for the front seats.Read the entire article 2015 Fiat 500X Opening Edition now available for order in the UK
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is expecting its Fiat 500X SUV to gather more demand than the 500 minicar in North America, according to senior executives at the carmaker. Fiat Chrysler expects the 500X to catch the attention of buyers seeking for a ride lager than 500.
Jason Stoicevich, head of Fiat in North America, told Automotive News in an interview at the Los Angeles Auto Show that a major reason for consumers to reject the 500 was its size. As the 500X is basically larger than the 500, it is expected to outsell the smaller version.
Fiat will commence sales of the 500X in Europe in the first quarter of 2015, and in the United States the following quarter. Fiat Chrysler plans to offer the 500X in 100 global markets, relying on a strong US performance.Read the entire article Fiat expects 500X SUV to sell better than 500 in North America
The 2016 Fiat 500X crossover has made its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, offering a preview of Fiat’s first all-wheel-drive offering for cold weather areas in the United States. Jason Stoicevich, head of the Fiat brand for North America, remarked that while California, Texas and Florida – all warm-weather states – are the brand’s major markets in the US, the 500X gives Fiat the biggest opportunity to compete in areas where there is “some inclement weather.”
Stoicevich told Automotive News that he expects Fiat dealers in the northeast US to “do best” with the subcompact crossover. The 500X now allows Fiat to offer larger size, better functionality, and an all-wheel drive capability.
The five-passenger 500X – built in Italy -- shares a platform and a number components with the Jeep Renegade but features Fiat styling. It is available in two powertrain options. Coming as standard is a turbocharged 1.4-liter inline-four engine that provides 160 hp of output and 184 pounds-feet of torque and is mated to a six-speed manual transmission.Read the entire article 2016 Fiat 500X makes North American debut at LA Auto Show
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is showing the world that it is all ready to take on the global market with its news Fiat 500X crossover. While the 500X bears the roundish front and curvy rear styling associated with the 500, it is practically a clone of the Jeep Renegade – sharing underpinnings, engines, gearboxes and a number of key components.
Likewise, both the 500X and the Renegade are to be produced on the same assembly line in Italy. Despite that FCA chief executive Sergio Marchionne remarked that the vehicles are “two very different cars," since the Fiat is a crossover, and "the Jeep is a Jeep."
Both the Jeep Renegade and the Fiat 500X will be crucial for Marchionne to prove a merger between Fiat and Chrysler could really compete globally against larger carmakers like Toyota Motors Corp, Volkswagen AG and General Motors Co.Read the entire article Fiat Chrysler starts global challenge with new 500X crossover
Fiat has finally unveiled its all-new 500X crossover at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. Besides the impressive design, the 2015 Fiat 500X will be available with a choice of 12 exterior colours and 8 different designs for the 16-, 17- and 18-inch alloy wheels. Engine range includes four petrol and three diesel powerplants.
The front-wheel drive, petrol-powered models are powered by a 1.6-liter “E-torQ” engine (110 hp) bolted to a five-speed manual gearbox, or by a 1.4-liter Turbo MultiAir II (140 hp) petrol engine with either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed twin-clutch gearbox.
The all-wheel drive petrol models get a nine-speed automatic transmission as standard and are powered by a 1.4-liter Turbo MultiAir II (170 hp) engine or by a more potent 2.4-liter TigerShark engine with 184 hp.Read the entire article 2014 Paris Motor Show: 2015 Fiat 500X is Italian for crossover
Next week at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Fiat will introduce the 500X crossover, a new vehicle inspired by the popular 500 city car but with an increased ground clearance that can take you also on uneven roads. For those who don’t know, the 500X is based on the Jeep Renegade, which was unveiled earlier this year at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Some of you folks, including us, believe that the new Italian vehicle will actually cannibalize sales of the Jeep Renegade but analysts think the opposite, as the two vehicles appeal to different types of customers.
The Jeep Renegade and Fiat 500X can coexist, according to Giorgio Elefante, a PwC consultant. Ian Fletcher, an IHS Automotive analyst believes that the 500X is a cute urban vehicle with off-road capabilities while the Renegade is seen as a rugged off-roader.Read the entire article Fiat 500X not expected to steal sales from Jeep Renegade, analyst says
Fiat already teased the 500X ahead of 2014 Paris Motor Show but the naughty crossover showed its face on the Web today. Shared on an Italian forum, the new vehicle looks much better than expected and we believe that it will become quite popular. Unfortunately there are not too many details, we do know that the 2015 Fiat 500X is based on the Jeep Renegade.
This means that the Italian model will also share engines with its American brother and under its hood we will see the 1.4-liter turbocharged inline-four petrol engine with 160 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque, mated to a six-speed manual transmission.
We also expect to see the bigger 2.4-liter inline-four petrol engine that delivers 184 hp and 177 pounds-feet of torque, bolted to a 9-speed manual transmission.Read the entire article Leaked: 2015 Fiat 500X shows its face
On Monday, we revealed you the fact that Fiat will introduce a new crossover and a roadster in 2015. Of course, many of you folks already knew that the crossover was the 500X but there were no details regarding the debut date. Until today, when Fiat officially confirmed that it will unveil the 500X next month, at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Based on the brand new 2015 Jeep Renegade, the Fiat 500X will not be a surprise when it comes to design as it will look a lot like the standard 500 and will feature several elements in order to feature a rugged body.
In addition, a new suspension system will be available too, as the 500X needs to be capable to be driven on uneven roads. Under the hood, we expect to find the same engines used by the Jeep Renegade, such as the 1.4-liter turbocharged inline-four with 160 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque, bolted to a six-speed manual transmission.Read the entire article 2015 Fiat 500X officially confirmed for 2014 Paris Motor Show
Within two years, Fiat will double its lineup in the United States as part of its five-years business plan. The Italian brand will introduce the 500X crossover but also a new specialty vehicle. If we listen to the rumors, the specialty model will be called Fiat 125 Spider and will be based on the next-generation Mazda MX-5, built in partnership with Alfa Romeo.
The Fiat 500X will first arrive in Europe later this year, while a new compact sedan and a specialty model will be revealed in 2015. In 2016, Fiat will introduce in Europe a new compact hatch and a compact station wagon, as well as a new b segment car.
In 2017, Fiat will roll out a compact CUV, while in 2018 the new Panda will arrive. According to Fiat brand chief Olivier Francois, Fiat is a chameleon as the brand looks different wherever it travels.Read the entire article Fiat reveals its 5-year business plan, 500X crossover announced
Organizers of the Geneva Auto Show apologized to Fiat after its Web site published a bogus picture of the Italian carmaker’s 500X crossover. The image was eventually taken off the site after Fiat complained that it was not genuine. Fiat has prepped the 500X to replace the Sedici in its European lineup in 2014. Fiat said the 500X will not be unveiled at the Geneva auto show slated in March.
According to a spokesperson for the show, the image had been wrongly taken from the Internet. The spokesperson told Automotive News Europe that they pulled out the picture immediately and offered Fiat their sincere apologies.
The image in question is revealed to be an artist's impression of the 500X, based from an official picture of the Mazda CX-5 compact crossover. The artist's impression indicates a vehicle similar to a full-size styling model of the 500X that Fiat unveiled in Turin in July, when the Italian carmaker previewed the 500L small minivan.Read the entire article Geneva Auto Show organizers apologize to Fiat for posting fake 500X image
The fourth member of Fiat’s 500 family is a baby SUV bandwagon dubbed the 500X, which would go on sale in 2013. It brings the brand into a new segment where it will compete with the MINI Countryman. Several images have been released, demonstrating that the production version would have the most rugged looks in a 500.
It features thick wheelarch cladding and more ground clearance. It will be available with front or four-wheel drive. Fiat said that the 500X aims to widen its customer base by attracting male consumers. Already, the 500 and 500L have gathered a huge number of mostly female fans. Even with its rugged looks, the car can still be easily identifiable as a 500.
They share the same headlamp and tail-light treatments. They also have the same chrome badge on the nose. The side windows are flatter, which means that several of the hatch’s cute bubble-car styling weren’t carried over. As a result, it appears bolder and more solid, especially when combined with the chunkier bumpers.Read the entire article 2013 Fiat 500X: new details revealed
As you may know already, Fiat previewed the 500X crossover last week, but today we found out that the vehicle will arrive to the U.S. dealerships sometimes in 2014. Although the vehicle carries the name of the popular small hatchback, the 500X will actually use the same platform used on the bigger Punto subcompact.
Moreover, the vehicle will have a total length of 165 inches, which means that it will be the longest model in the 500 family, even longer than the 2013 Fiat 500L.
For those who don’t know, the “standard” Fiat 500 has a total length of 140 inches. According to Autonews, the new Fiat 500X will be assembled in Turin alongside a new Jeep small crossover code-named B-SUV.Read the entire article Fiat 500X will hit the United States in 2014
The public was recently treated to a sneak preview of a crossover variant of the Fiat 500 minicar, the 500X, which will start selling in Europe in early 2014 and shortly after in North America. The preview of the full-size styling model of the 500X was nonetheless conducted by the global head of the Fiat brand, Olivier Francois, during the media launch of the 500L small minivan in Turin on July 4, 2012.
The Fiat 500X is expected to replace the Sedici and will bear a sports utility vehicle and hatchback styling. It will be the fifth variant in the 500 range, which already includes the 500 three-door hatchback, Abarth performance version, 500C convertible and the 500L small minivan.
The 500X will be underpinned by a widened version of Fiat's small vehicle architecture, on which the Punto subcompact is built. The Fiat 500x will be the longest variant in the range, measuring 4,200mm in length. Fiat will start building the 500X in 2013 at its to-be-expanded Turin plant in Italy.Read the entire article Fiat offers sneak preview of new 500X crossover
Fiat intends to begin production of a crossover version of its 500 minicar in December 2013, in line with a 1-billion-euro expansion of the capacity of its Mirafiori facility in Turin to assemble 280,000 small crossovers annually. Company sources disclosed to Automotive News Europe that this model is dubbed 500X, with the X standing for cross.
This variant will replace the Sedici in the company's range. It will feature hatchback and SUV styling, just like the Sedici. The 500X will be the fifth model in the 500 lineup. Other models in this range are the three-door 500 hatchback, the 500C convertible, the 500L high-roof, four-door hatchback and the Abarth performance variant.
The 500X has a length of around 4,200mm, making it the longest model in the 500 lineup. Just like the 500L, the 500x will utilize a broadened variant of the automaker's small automobile architecture that highlights the Punto subcompact.Read the entire article Fiat 500X crossover coming next year
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