Fiat to Showcase LPG Grande Punto, Panda and Bravo
More importantly, Fiat claims its LPG system provides such low emissions while remaining particularly focused on performance and engine life, two of the main aspects in today's cars.
At this time, LPG-powered models represent 3.5 percent of the Italian auto industry, with analysts forecasting a continuous grow for
Fiat says all engines passed a testing program of 400,000 kilometers, with all models providing remarkable reliability. The LPG tank capacity vary by model, as it follows: 38 liters for Grande Punto, 41 liters for Bravo and 31 liters for Panda. Obviously, all models can also run on gasoline, by pressing a special button placed on the dashboard of the updated vehicles.
All three Grande Punto, Panda and Bravo recorded impressive figures when it comes to CO2 emissions which made them eligible for government incentives of up to 2,000 euros. For instance, Panda LPG produces 116 g/km, Bravo LPG 134 g/km and Grande Punto LPG 119 g/km.