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The Prias is looking dated
LOved the video of the AMC Pacer, any here
Not sure why we don’t see vehicles doing this now????
Fiat 500X Blue Sky Edition
The FIAT brand announced the new 2018 Fiat 500X Blue Sky Edition, further extending customization options for the Italian-designed, fun-to-drive crossover.
Available on Fiat 500X Pop models with the nine-speed automatic transmission, the Blue Sky Edition further accentuates the ability for FIAT customers to show off their style and personality, while tackling all weather conditions and terrain.
FCA North America Passenger Car Brands Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT head Steve Beahm said: "With all-wheel-drive confidence, best-in-class torque and room for five, the Fiat 500X is fun to drive and wrapped in iconic Italian design.
"The new Blue Sky Edition offers yet another unique customization option for our Fiat 500X customers."
2018 Fiat 500X Blue Sky Edition
The 2018 Fiat 500X Blue Sky Edition includes exterior features such as automatic headlamps, fog lamps and 17-inch aluminum wheels – on front-wheel-drive models. In addition, premium touches include satin chrome mirror caps, door handles, body-side moldings, fog-lamp bezels, front and rear badges, tail lamp bezels and liftgate handle.
The interior features a blue-toned environment with unique blue-patterned cloth seats, blue instrument panel and a dual-pane powered sunroof.
The 2018 Fiat 500X Blue Sky Edition is available with four exterior paint colors: Bianco Gelato (White Clear Coat), Blue Sky Metallic, Nero Cinema (Black Clear Coat) and Grigio Graphite (Graphite Grey).
The Blue Sky Edition package is available for $1,495 on front-wheel-drive models and $1,195 on all-wheel-drive models, which start at $19,995 and $23,890 U.S. MSRP, respectively, excluding destination.
The Fiat 500X Blue Sky Edition will be arriving in FIAT studios this spring.
Maybach, looking cool again!
Last JK rolling off the line!
The ultimate Beetle?-looks like a Beetle of yester year
Will we get the 2017 corolla hatchback?