We have already seen the 2012 Fiat Panda at its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show this past September, but the Italian brand has just dropped a massive gallery comprising of more than 170 high-resolution photos, some of which are quite picturesque.
To refresh your memory, this is just the third iteration of the Panda in the model’s 31-year history. It’s predecessor were extremely successful and popular throughout Europe having sold some 6.5 million units over the past three decades.
Fiat hopes to build on the success of the Panda’s predecessors with the new model, which is available exclusively with five doors and comes with a slightly larger body that measures 3,650 mm long, 1,640 mm wide and 1,550 mm tall for improved passenger space.
European city dwellers can choose from six engines including two TwinAir 0.9-liter 2-cylinder gasoline units in naturally aspirated and turbocharged formats with 65HP and 85HP respectively, a 4-cylinder, 1.2-liter 69HP gasoline engine, plus a 75HP 1.3-liter Multijet diesel with auto stop-start technology, a petrol/methane version of the 0.9 liter turbocharged unit and a petrol/LPG version of the 1.2.