The new generation of the Italian family car, Fiat Tipo, has been renewed both inside and out. The new Tipo family (the 4-door, 5-door sedan and station wagon variant) comes with new and efficient engines, an updated design and modern technology for everyday use.

The headlights are new, and both headlights and taillights now have a full LED option. Inside, you can get the digital 7 '' TFT display which provides a complete overview of the car's status and infotainment system while driving.

The new Fiat Tipo is offered with a wide range of advanced safety systems: traffic-sign recognition, intelligent speed assistance, lane departure warning with active steering, fatigue monitoring, automatic high beam, turn signal alarm, front and rear parking sensors, keyless entry and wireless charging. In addition, the new Fiat Tipo is offered with the new infotainment system Uconnect 5 with an HD touch screen of up to 10.25 '' as an option.

The new Fiat Tipo is available with the new three-cylinder turbo petrol engine 1.0 GSE T3, which is the latest addition to Fiat's FireFly Turbo engines, and which delivers 100 Hp and 190 Nm of maximum torque. It is also possible to choose the 1.3 Mjet diesel with 95 Hp and 200 Nm and the 1.6 Mjet with 130 HP and 320 Nm. The turbocharger and smallest diesel engine have a five-speed manual gearbox, while the 1.6 Mjet diesel uses a six-speed manual gearbox.

The new five-door Fiat Tipo City Cross and Fiat Tipo Cross versions are distinguished by a look inspired by the world of crossover. In fact, we find bumpers, wheel arches and side skirts, dedicated alloy wheels and roof bars, as well as silver finishes.

All variants share the same wheelbase of 2,638 mm. However, the dimensions vary: the smallest is the Tipo five-door with 4,368 mm in length, followed by the Fiat Tipo Cross (4,386 mm) and the Tipo Station Wagon (4,571 mm). The Cross is also wider and taller than its siblings. Interior space and trunk volume also vary: the five-door Tipo and Tipo Cross have a trunk of 440 litres, while the Tipo Station Wagon reaches 550 litres.

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The 2021 edition of the Fiat Typo 5 door is offered with prices starting at 18,500 euros. The Fiat Typo Station Wagon is offered with prices starting at 20,500 euros. The Fiat Tipo City Cross price starts at 21,500 euros and has automatic climate control and 16" alloy wheels.

The first deliveries are expected at the end of November.

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