The year 2023 has been a year full of news for Fiat, with the launch of the new 600 and Topolino models officially presented on July 4th. However, the surprises for Fiat are set to continue in the coming years. There are at least two new cars that we will see in the future Fiat lineup.
The new Fiat Panda will be the first to arrive in 2024, marking the 125th anniversary of the Turin-based automaker. It will be a B-segment vehicle, approximately 4 meters in length, with a crossover-style body.
The new Fiat Panda will be based on Stellantis’ STLA Small modular platform, allowing it to have an electric version with a 100 kWh battery and a range of over 350 km, as well as a mild hybrid version with a 48-volt system. The new Panda will be manufactured at one of Stellantis’ facilities in Eastern Europe, possibly in Trnava, Slovakia. The electric version will be one of Stellantis’ first affordable electric cars in Europe.
Following the new Fiat Panda in 2025, the new Fiat Multipla will be introduced. This will be the future flagship model for the Italian brand. It will be a C-segment crossover, approximately 4.3 meters in length, with a square and dynamic shape. The new Multipla will be based on Stellantis’ STLA Medium platform, allowing it to have an electric version with a range of approximately 650 km. The new Multipla will be manufactured at Stellantis’ Kenitra plant in Morocco.
While these are the confirmed plans, there may also be another surprise in store. There are rumors of a third model that could arrive in 2026, provisionally known as the Fiat 500XL. We will have to wait and see if there are confirmations or denials regarding this model.