Good things come in small packages, but does that apply to eco-friendly city cars? We test drive the Fiat 500 TwinAir to see if frugality can be fun.
The 2011 Bologna Motor Show will see Abarth reveal two new models based on the 500, the 595 Turismo and 595 Competizione.
It’s nice to see that some manufacturers haven’t given up hope on the petrol engine, with Fiat investing £300 million in their new TwinAir system.
It looks like matt black is the new … erm, black. Originally the preserve of supercars such as the Lamborghini Reventon and and more recently seen on the Ford... Read More
Despite the name, the Fiat Punto Evo is not a spin-off of Fiat’s Super 2000 rally competitor and has nothing to do with classic Italian hatchbacks whatsoever... Read More
When Fiat crash tests a Panda, they really crash test a panda! At least that’s the impression given by a new award-winning European TV campaign for the brand. The... Read More
There will be those amongst you who will immediately dismiss the Fiat Panda 100HP, simply because it ‘only has 100bhp’. Well, that’s your loss … this car has enough character to make up for that shortfall.