/2014 Fiat 500L Beats Edition Announced for Europe

2014 Fiat 500L Beats Edition Announced for Europe

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Fiat has thoroughly updated the 500L range for 2014, offering in the European market not only new colors and options, but also new powertrains and a special model called the Beats edition. Fiat 500L is a hot seller in Europe, and these updates are devised to keep up the momentum increase the car’s share of the market.

The Fiat 500L Beats edition is the most interesting version of the mini MPV to be launched this year, featuring, as the name suggests, a Beats sound system based on the same technology that brought to you Beats by Dr. Dre headphones. The sound system is tailored by Beats for the 500L and offers a unique audio experience on the par with what Dre enjoys in his studio.

Visually, Fiat 500 Beats edition is distinguished by the virtue of its two-tone grey/black livery which comes in matte or glossy finish, and red and satin chrome accents. Inside, you find a total black theme with eco-leather as the base and red stitching as the garnish.

The Beats edition also gets a range of new Mopar accessories, such as satin-finish moulding on the bonnet, the polycarbonate kick plate and the velvet mats with 500 logo.

The engine lineup for the 2014 500L include two new 1.6 MultiJet II turbodiesel and the 1.4 T-Jet petrol units. They both make 120 horsepower, but the diesel can manage a combined consumption of 4.6 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 120 g/km. The petrol engine does 6.9 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 159 g/km, which is still pretty good.

Later in the year Fiat will also offer a 1.4 liter petrol/LPG hybrid powertrain, boasting a top speed of 189 km/h, acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 10.6 seconds, combined consumption of 8.9 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 144 g/km.

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