New for 2018:Fiat

Christian Wardlaw | Oct 04, 2017
Few changes are in store for Fiat’s eclectic lineup for 2018. Aside from new colors and next-generation Uconnect infotainment technology, the big news is a minor freshening of the 500L, affectionately known as “the Popemobile.” As this is written, Fiat had not announced changes to the 500 city car, so perhaps more details are to come.


2018 Fiat 500L front quarter right photo
Detailed changes for each 2018 Fiat car and SUV model are shown below, listed in alphabetical order.

2018 Fiat 124 Spider

  • Revised option package content for Lusso and Abarth trims
  • Lusso trim available with a red convertible top
  • New paint colors: Grigio Chiaro (silver), Blu Scuro (dark blue), Puro Bianco Perla (white pearl)

2018 Fiat 500

  • Fiat had not announced changes to the 500 lineup as this guide was published

2018 Fiat 500L

  • Updated exterior styling
  • Revised interior with new controls, lighting, and displays
  • Standard reversing camera, next-generation Uconnect 4 infotainment system with 7-in. display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • New paint colors: Arancio Pastello (orange), Bronzo Metallizzato (bronze), and Blu Denim (blue)

2018 Fiat 500X

  • Next-generation Uconnect 4 infotainment system is standard, featuring a 7-in. display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone projection, and an improved user experience

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