Fiat has taken the wraps off the new Panda Waze.
Billed as an “evolution of the most social city-car ever,” the special edition is now available with a two-tone exterior. When the option is selected, the model features a black roof which contrasts with an Amore Red, Colosseo Grey, Giotto Blue, Gelato White, Moda Grey or Sole Yellow body.
The two-tone effect is amplified by gloss black accents on the skid plates, door handles and mirror caps. The model also sports special Waze badging and 15-inch alloy wheels with a two-tone finish.
The interior is a sea of black plastic, but there are special front seats with a grey center section featuring white and green accents. Fiat says they give the model a “youthful and dynamic style.”
Were not too sure about that, but the special does have some additional benefits including Waze navigation. The model also features Panda U-Connect which is app that enables your smartphone to act as an “extension of the car.”
Under the hood, there’s a 0.9-liter TwinAir engine that produces 84 hp (63 kW / 85 PS). It is paired to manual transmission which can send power to an optional all-wheel drive system.
Customers can also opt for a 1.2-liter petrol engine that develops 68 hp (51 kW / 69 PS). The engine is connected to a manual transmission which sends power exclusively to the front wheels.
Despite seeming a bit bland, Fiat says the first iteration of the Panda Waze was a huge success that helped to boost Panda Cross sales by 45% in Europe. The company is obviously hoping that trend will continue with the new version.