D he new two-cylinder, which is equipped with a turbocharger and the variable intake control Multiair, is said to consume an average of 4.1 liters in combination with the manual gearbox and have CO2 emissions of 95 g /km. Coupled with the automated transmission, the average consumption drops to 4.0 liters, the CO2 emissions to 92 g /km.
Eco button throttles performance
Additional potential to reduce consumption is controlled by a standard starter Stop system and an eco button on the dashboard. In normal mode, the two-cylinder releases 145 Nm of torque; in Eco mode, the maximum torque is limited to 100 Nm, the output is limited to 78 hp and the automated gearshift is also switched to economy mode.
The sprint from zero to The Fiat 500 with the new two-cylinder, classified according to Euro 5, should complete 100 km /h in 11.0 seconds. Fiat specifies the top speed at 173 km /h. The new engine family will later be expanded to include variants with a power range from 65 to 105 hp. A gas variant is also planned and use in combination with an electric motor is also being considered. Prices for the new drive option have not yet been announced.