As per reports, it has been revealed that Japanese automaker Mazda Motor and Italy's Fiat have signed a contract, under which, they will be jointly producing a two -seated sports car. Mazda President Takashi Yamanouchi was of the view that the agreement will take the technology and product development union to another level.
There are lots of complaints against small cars. If it is put simply then: Americans don't want them, will not be paying the dramatically higher prices needed for them to be profitable and moreover don't go for them as gas still remains cheap.
And moreover if laws of physics are considered then they still mean small cars are unsafe than big cars in crashes.
Fiat is all set to introduce its newest special edition cabriolet version 500C by Diesel, which was launched in Japan on April 12. The introduction was placed at the Diesel flagship store in Piazza S. Babila. This new addition in the Fait’s known vehicles will then be disclosed in Italy and elsewhere in the world from May.
Twenty one months after its new Bambino was born, Fiat rolled out its half millionth Fiat 500, which made it one of the Italian car maker's most unbeaten cars of all time. The car, having a Funk White 500 1.2 with Start&Stop tech, rolled off the production line at the Fiat Auto plant in Tychy, Poland.
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