It is believed that a good logo is timeless. Just because frequent rotation suggests uncertainty and that’s why many people look at Fiat skeptically when another logo gets on the noses of cars. The nose of the updated Fiat Tipo is now simply adorned with the inscription Fiat, while on the steering wheel is the red-based, previously known version. It is no longer slowly uncertainty but despair.
Yet it has changed to the advantage of the Fiat Tipo, which is also aided by more spectacular LED driving lights and new colors. In addition to the four- and five-door and station wagon versions, there is also a compact dressed as a leisure car, the Tipo Cross. The Cross version is 7 inches taller and has a 4cm increase in ground clearance, making it a bit bolder to use.
A 10.25-inch touch screen has been added to the top of the dashboard, which also offers Apple Car Play, and the fully analog watch group will be replaced by a 7-inch TFT display. The Fiat Tipo also has an automatic high beam, blind spot monitoring system and lane keeping assistant, as well as a plate recognition system.
Instead of the 1.4 intake petrol, the 1.0-liter, three-cylinder turbo engine (with a 12-volt mild-hybrid system) already known from Panda has a basic version of the Tipo, which has 100 horsepower and 190 Nm of torque since 1500. The 1.6 Multijet diesel will now be available in 95 and 130 hp versions in the upgraded Fiat Tipo.