Fiat Talento
The new Fiat Talento - orders open May 2016
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New Fiat Talento

  • Named after an ancient coin to evoke value and dependability and suggest broad range of abilities
  • Powerful and efficient turbo and twin-turbo diesel engines with outputs up to 145hp
  • Broad range of body styles planned including vans, people carriers, crew cabs and flat beds
  • Available to order mid-May with pricing and specification to be announced prior to UK launch

FIAT Professional has revealed Talento, a new model positioned between the Doblo Cargo and Ducato with a generous load capacity and full range of configurations.

The new model is equipped with reliable, powerful and efficient turbo and twin-turbo diesel engines with six-speed manual gearboxes and power outputs of up to 145hp.

The result is a functional vehicle that helps customers maximise the value of their work, time and investment by focusing on their needs regardless of whether they drive a van, people-carrier, crew cab or flat bed.

Its name – Talento – makes reference to the ancient coin – the Talent (Talento in Italian). It also suggests what the vehicle can do, its abilities and – in short – its talent.

From a design standpoint, the new Talento is compact and well-proportioned with raked windscreen and short bonnet for an imposing and dynamic front end.

The grille is designed to wrap around the headlights and form a mask that together with the bumper and the grid conveys a solid and striking appearance, while offering a functional element of protection at the same time.

The squared-off rear end allows for ample inner space and a high load capacity while giving the Talento a broad stance that exudes stability and strength. As a whole, the design is upright with bold, clear-cut lines in tune with the new family feeling of the Fiat Professional range.

Orders for Talento open in mid-May with final pricing and specifications to be announced closer to the vehicle’s UK launch.

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