2020 Fiat Panda Waze Refreshed with New Looks

Exactly one year ago, Italian carmaker Fiat announced the introduction of the Panda Waze, a version of the country’s best-selling car that became the first in its segment to offer integration with the navigation app. Given its success, Fiat decided to refresh the range for the 2020 model year.
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Since its introduction a year ago, the Panda Waze contributed to a 45 percent increase in sales of the Cross variant of the model, proving to be worthy of an update with new looks and a new engine for the front wheel drive version.

Just like the precending Panda Waze, this one too is based on the Cross. Visually, the main changes are the addition of the Waze badge on the front wings, glossy black details on skid plate, door handles and mirror caps, and two-tone 15-inch rims.

Additionally, six new two-tone liveries are available. The black roof available can now form combinations with the body painted in Gelato White, Giotto Blue, Sole Yellow, Moda Grey, Amore Red and metallic Colosseo Grey.

This two-tone approach is mirrored on the inside, where the car is wrapped in black fabric contrasted by white and green stitching.

Engine wise, it is powered by two engines. The entry level is a 1.2-liter gasoline paired with a manual transmission and front wheel drive, developing 69 hp.

At the top of the range sits the 0.9-liter TwinAir. It is fitted with a manual transmission and offered for both the all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive interpretations of the Panda Waze.

As for the integration with Waze, the app is now part of the Panda U-Connect system. Crafted with the help of Mopar, this solution allows drivers to run both Uconnect and Waze on their phones simultaneously. An app function can be used to shoot photos and videos on board and save them directly in the smartphone.

More details on how the Panda Waze integration works can be found in the document attached below.
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