2019 Fiat Cronos Sedan Spy Shots, Redesign, Release Date, & Price – Pursuing a good investment of $500 million, the Fiat plant in Ferreyra, Cordoba, Argentina will start the creation of the Cronos in mid-Dec. The set up intricate will focus exclusively on the novice, with the Siena, Grand Siena, and Palio moving the way of the dodo to make way for the Cronos.
In spite of the fact it will be constructed in Argentina, Fiat developed and created the Cronos in Brazil, which is the largest export market for the model in South America. Underpinned by the MP-S (Modular Platform Sedan), the subcompact-sized sedan features a trunk volume of “more than 520 liters” and is available as standard with a 109 horsepower 1.3-liter engine. Codenamed Firefly and part of the Global Small Engine family, the 1.3er features two valves per cylinder, converting to 8 valves in overall. The 16-valve E.torQ engine, on the contrary, displaces 1.8 liters and is rated at 139 horsepower. Each plant and flowers arrive as standard with a put transfer, but consumers can upgrade their cars to a computerized manual (for the Firefly) or perhaps an Aisin-produced traditional automatic transmission (for the E.torQ).
Besides the three-box design, an additional way the Cronos is different from the Argo is the distinctive grille and spot of the fog lighting fixtures. The automaker argues the beginner shares only the headlights and hood with the Argo.
Just like the Figo was made and produced in Brazil, the Cronos is expected to make the trip to India at some point in 2018 to change the Linea. In this part of the world, the B-portion sedan may have to demonstrate on its own towards the wants of the Maruti Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, and Volkswagen Vento.