New Fiat Toro 2022 is advanced in projection after image leaks

Stellantis’ Goiana (PE) plant is busy. In addition to the production of the new Jeep Compass, the plant is already starting to stock the Fiat Toro 2022, which should be launched even before the average SUV. The truck will be honored to debut the 1.3 turbo in our market between April and May. She was even spotted last week already showing her new look without camouflages.

Based on these previous images and shots, Renato Aspromonte, from OverBoostBR, made these projections with what we can expect from the Fiat Toro 2022. It was very evident that the headlights are now thinner, as well as the fog lights, and both will have the technology of LEDs. Toro will keep the headlights divided into two parts, the top one now also having LEDs dividing the daylight and direction arrow function – today, the direction light is halogen even in the most expensive versions.

Projection Fiat Toro 2022

The Fiat logo was replaced by the brand’s new visual communication and went down from the hood area to the front grille, surrounded by chrome fillets highlighting it. New wheels and some rear changes, such as the arrangement of the taillights, are expected to complement the visual package of the Fiat Toro 2022.

Mechanics are the most anticipated for Toro. It should keep the 1.8 aspirated in the entry versions, but will make the debut of the 1.3 turbo up to 185 hp and 27.5 kgfm in the above, in addition to maintaining the 2.0 turbodiesel and all-wheel drive as an option. Inside, a new vertical multimedia system will be inherited from the biggest RAMs and will even include air conditioning and wireless smartphone mirrors via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but probably accompanying a digital panel in the top versions.

In the technological part, the Fiat Toro 2022 will have items such as adaptive autopilot, collision alert with automatic braking, lane departure alert and blind spot alert as highlights. The launch takes place between April and May.

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