Fiat is a founding brand of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) with a large global but limited US presence. After a long hiatus, the company returned to the US in 2011 with the 500, which has since spawned a high-performance Abarth variant, a 500e electric model, and two compact crossovers, the 500L and 500X.
FCA cites the French government's involvement as the main reason why it pulled out.
Renault confirms it has received FCA's proposal, and a decision will be announced "in due course."
With more and more electric cars hitting the market these days, we decided to round up every one that you can buy in America and tell you how far it'll go on a charge.
It's a pretty inexpensive package, to boot.
Fiat's small 500X crossover gets some welcome updates for 2019 including a new turbocharged engine, standard all-wheel drive and styling revisions.
The small Fiat crossover gets a new turbo engine and standard all-wheel drive.
Icon's 1966 Fiat 600 Giardinetta Derelict is a radical departure for the brand, but somehow it's perfect.
Skip Barber Racing School instructors help me make the most of Abarth’s pint-sized sports cars at Willow Springs International Raceway.