The 2012 Fiat Panda received a tuning package from aftermarket specialists from NOVITEC, the global market leader in the refinement of Fiat and Alfa Romeo automobiles. If you are interested in new wheels, the specialists provide 7.5x17 N10 alloys which are actually available in matt-black or silver covered in 215/35 R17 tires. The complete set can be obtained for EUR1.106 and the wheels alone cost EUR159. To lower the ride height between 30 mm and 80 mm, the specialists use a coil over suspension, but also sport springs that lower the vehicle by 35 mm. A front spoiler is added to the production fascia for another EUR184. To increase the power, NOVITEC uses a PowerJet 2 auxiliary control unit for the 2-cylinder TwinAir gasoline engine. After the modifications, the new Fiat Panda is capable of generating 99 horsepower. This output enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 10.1 seconds and to reach a top speed of 117 mph. If you are interested in purchasing it, know that is costs EUR419. This is not all.
Apparently the aftermarket specialists provide a Power-rail 5 module for the 1.3 16V MultiJet turbo-diesel engine which increases the power to 91 horsepower, up from 75 horsepower. In the end, the new model is capable of accelerating from 0 to 62 mph in 11.9 seconds and to reach a top speed of 110 mph. This option is available for EUR335. If you think this is it, you could not be more wrong.
The aftermarket specialists from NOVITEC can also add a sport rear muffler that features a one-round 99 mm tailpipe on both sides for some extra EUR251. So that you know, all prices mentioned above do not include VAT. This is all for now, but stay close for more fresh and spicy details.
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