Fiat Panda K-Way Special Edition Model Gets Detailed [42 Photos]

Fiat has released more details and photos of the Panda K-Way special edition model, created in collaboration with the rainproof brand.

Offering twenty color combinations, detailing in titanium tones, lively interiors and a more comprehensive standard equipment, the Panda K-Way is for those customers who like personalized cars.

Fiat recently introduced the Panda K-Way to the international press at Milan’s “La Pelota,” an unusual eclectic multifunctional space in the city’s most fashionable quarter.

The special edition model made its debut there on a kind of runway that evoked the catwalks of fashion, marking the car’s arrival in Italian dealerships. The Panda K-Way will soon be delivered to other European markets as well.

The Panda K-Way offers six bodywork colors (blue, white, black, red, yellow and orange) and four colors for the wing mirrors and hubcaps (yellow, orange, blue and titanium). The model features titanium accents including the front logo bar, the roof bars, wheel trims and mirror caps. Additionally, the rear doors and the mirror caps sport original K-Way stickers, while the hubcaps boast the logo of the rainproof brand.

Inside, the Panda K-Way gets seats in blue fabric and grey leatherette, with the K-Way logo featured on the front-facing seat surface, the blue dashboard and the UltraShine silver instrument panel.

Distinctive K-Way colors are also present on the personalized seat belts, key cover and blue multilayer PVC floor carpets. The seats have two pockets on the seat back equipped with “VISIBAG”, the high-visibility vest – a pocket safety device created especially for Fiat by its partner K-Way.

At launch, depending on the markets, the Fiat Panda K-Way will be available with a 69hp 1.2-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine, a 0.9-liter TwinAir turbo petrol in two states of tune (65hp or 85hp), an 80hp Bi-fuel 0.9-liter TwinAir Methane and a 69hp 1.2-liter LPG unit. Later on, the 1.3 Multijet turbodiesel will be added.


  • Six_Tymes

    Fantastic car. I want one.

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