Fiat Panda 4X4: Garage Italia transforms the legend into an electric car

Fiat Panda 4X4: Garage Italia transforms the legend into an electric car

Fiat Panda 4X4

Among the legends of the Italian car, a place of honor is occupied by the Fiat Panda 4X4. An iconic model that has been able to withstand time, being still recognized today as a symbol of reliability and resistance even (and above all) away from the asphalt. After decades of activity, and numerous new generations, Garage Italia brings the first of the Panda 4X4 back to life.

To make it current (but the car is already immortal in itself), the customization company based in in Milan he decided to completely transform the Panda structure, to make it… electric. A renewal operation with an eye to the future, so much so that the name has been replaced with integral-e in reference to the presence of four-wheel drive, now with zero emissions.

The base is always offered by solid Fiat Panda 4X4 setup, however, traction is now offered by two electric motors: one located on the front axle and the other on the rear axle. The manual gearbox was replaced by a gear selector and the car was equipped with two driving modes: Eco and Sport. The first is dedicated to energy saving and sends 80% of torque to the front axle alone; in Sport mode the breakdown is perfectly at 50:50 in order to have the best possible traction even away from the asphalt.

Garage Italia has not disclosed data relating to autonomy and battery capacity. The refill socket, on the other hand, is in the same position as the petrol filler. Aesthetic customization was not neglected and numerous partners were involved to offer a product that was both fascinating and unique. The interior, for example, is covered in Alcantara and JBL has developed a tailor-made audio system. The price has not been communicated.