The stylish Fiat Fullback Cross made its debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Last year, the car was a concept model. The car is set to be available to the public from the summer of 2017. The concept Fiat Fullback Cross will feature a lot of upgrades for the public. The upgrades include latest grille combined with black matte ingots, several black detailing. The car also boasts of satin skid plate in silver color besides the revamped side steps. A textured black sports bar and an all new black cargo space rounds the design.
The usual Fiat Fullback was a rebadged Mitsubishi L200. The Italian company will be selling the Fiat Fullback Cross only as a dual cab version. The car will derive power from a 2.4 liters turbodiesel engine. The engine will churn out 178 horsepower and 430 Nm of torque. The engine comes with two transmission options of 5-speed automatic or the 6-speed manual. The Fiat Fullback Cross packs in an electronic selector that engages the all-wheel drive system with four mode options.
The car also features a main differential for torque transmission management to the wheels for speed and road conditions’ adjustment. Furthermore, the Fiat Fullback Cross also packs in a wide variety of usual attributes of the Fullback Cross. The features include Trailer Stability Assist, ABS with EBD, cruise control and 7 airbags. Lane Departure Warning, bi-xenon headlights and daytime LED running lights are some other features of the Fullback Cross. Additionally, the Cross boasts of leather seats, six-way electric adjustments, leather gear knobs etc. The car’s price is yet to be known.