FIAT 500X Dolcevita Edition electrified and with sunroof

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The convertible body variant of the Fiat 500X receives the trade name of Dolcevita Special Edition. With the premise of giving a strong boost to the sales of its very interesting SUV which has recently opted for electrification, FIAT has decided to present the new Dolcevita Special Edition. This comes with top equipment and, as mentioned, with a convertible roof to enjoy the summer days.

This special version boasts electrified mechanics and an external and internal design differentiated from the rest of the versions that make up the offer.

Just take a quick look at the images to discover the distinctive features of the Dolcevita special edition. There body is painted in color White Ice Creamo that goes with a avorio colored cape. It also features chrome and satin design elements, and as if that weren’t enough, all this must be added the 18-inch alloy wheels with gray details and the Dolcevita logo.

Externally aside, if we go inside the new 500X Dolcevita we will find a soft dashboard and chrome gear lever knob. The upholstery is colored in ivory to create a connection with the aforementioned hood. In addition, the 500 logos are embossed.

Complete equipment for the new FIAT 500X Dolcevita Special Edition

The Fiat 500X range consists of the Club, RED, Sport, Dolcevita Edition and Yacht Club trim levels Capri. Being located in the upper part of the list, it boasts a more than complete standard equipment which comprises:

  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Driver’s seat with electrical adjustments
  • Automatic lighting and rain sensor
  • Rear view camera
  • 7-inch Uconnect infotainment system
  • Browser
  • Digital digital DAB
  • Apple CarPlay e Android Auto
  • Central locking with remote control
  • Electric windows

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Under the hood of the new 500X Dolcevita we will find a 1.5-liter four-cylinder FireFly petrol engine. An engine that develops a power of 130 CV and 240 Nm of maximum torque. The main key to said engine is that it is electrified with 48-volt lightweight hybrid technology (MHEV).

It is matched to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and a front-wheel drive system. Thanks to this engine, it can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 9.4 seconds.

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