Fiat introduced the special version of the Ducato vanJanuary 13, 2019
Long time we did not remember the Fiat Ducato vans. They appeared in the already distant 2006 – and, although in 2014 they experienced a “narrow-eyed” restyling, it is still far from the current high-tech German representatives of the class to Italian van builders. And in order to somehow retain customers, it is necessary from time to time to publish special performances such as the recently appeared Ducato in the Edizione version.
If we talk about the exterior, then such a van is offered exclusively in pearl white color, in which the front bumper is also painted. By the way, foglights are built into it, and the main headlights are equipped with an intelligent adaptive high-beam system. Exclusive cast wheels and a black lacquered grille complete the picture.
In the cockpit – a leather steering wheel with chrome inserts, and the seats, albeit fabric, but with special stitching. In the center of the panel there is a five-inch color multimedia touchscreen display, which displays the image from the rear view camera. Below it is a two-zone climate control unit. And the floor and walls of the cargo compartment to the ceiling are sheathed with plywood with wear-resistant coating.
An exclusive Ducato and various electronic driver assistance systems are provided. He is able to identify and display on the screen in the middle of the dashboard road signs, there is also a cruise control (true, normal, not adaptive) and an emergency brake assist.
As for the technology, the Ducato Edizione is equipped with a 2.3-liter turbodiesel in versions of 150 and 170 hp. Both meet the environmental standards of Euro-6 and are aggregated with a six-speed manual gearbox. The special version will be released in only 100 copies.
In Europe, such exclusive Ducato will cost a little less than 40 thousand euros.
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