Turin, 25 February 2015: Visitors to the Geneva Car Show can have an advanced view of the new special Panda K-Way series created out of the collaboration between Fiat and the top brand of casual and fashionable rainproof garments, these two brands are famous worldwide for their classic, contemporary, technological, functional, colourful and intelligent products.
Under the sign of customisation freedom taken to the max, the Panda K-Way offers 20 possible exterior combinations by mixing and matching paint colour and the external elements (mirror caps and hubcaps).Distinguished by its titanium-coloured details: front logo bar, longitudinal bars and mirror covers. These covers, as well as the rear doors, display K-Way stickers ,whereas the hubcaps incorporate the K-Way logo. The mirrors and hubcaps are available in four colours (yellow, orange, blue and titanium) and the body is available in six colours, blue, white, black, red, yellow and orange.
Inside, you immediately notice the blue fabric and grey eco-leather seats with the K-Way logo visible on the front seat, as well as the blue dashboard and silver ultrashine instrument panel. The K-way logo also appears on the customised seatbelts and on the blue multilayer PVC mats. Last but not least, the front seats have two pockets on the seat back equipped with “VISIBAG”, the high-visibility vest – pocket safety device created ad hoc for Fiat by its partner K-Way.
Sold starting from the end of April, the Panda K-Way will arrive in Fiat showrooms in Italy in May and progressively in all European markets. In Geneva, the displayed vehicle has a captivating blue livery with orange details and is equipped with the brilliant 0.9 Twin Air 85 HP engine.
Finally, the collaboration between Fiat and K-Way will continue with a specially licensed range of accessories and merchandise. A selection of prototypes of these exclusive products will be showcased for visitors to admire at Geneva.
In addition to the Panda K-Way, there is also the Cross version, the top of the range due to its unique style that conquers lovers of adventure and life outdoors. For them, the Panda Cross adopts a permanent “torque on demand” all-wheel drive system that uses two different differentials and an electronically controlled coupling as well as the Terrain Control switch that makes it possible to select the all-wheel drive mode based on the driving conditions, selecting between three options (Auto, Lock and Hill Descent). The vehicle on display at Geneva is distinguished by a bright red body and is equipped with the brilliant 1.3 Multijet II 80 HP turbodiesel engine.
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