Fiat will unveil its new green label in Paris on fuel-efficient versions of the 500, Bravo and Croma cars.
Fiat uses measures such as stop-start, longer gear ratios, lower ground clearance and low-resistance tires to improve fuel economy on the cars.
CO2 emissions on the 500’s 1.2-liter gasoline version are reduced by 4g/km to 115g/km. CO2 emissions on the 1.6-liter diesel Bravo are cut to 115g/km from 119g/km.
The 120hp 1.9-liter diesel Croma’s CO2 emissions are reduced by 17g/km to 140g/km.
Fiat will also unveil the Fiorino Qubo, a passenger version of its Fiorino Combi car-derived delivery van. The Qubo has a more refined interior and sleeker look than the Combi.
Fiat aims to sell 20,000 Qubos a year in Europe. Its prices start at €12,800 in Italy.
The Qubo is built at Fiat’s Tofas joint venture factory Tofas in Bursa, Turkey, alongside Peugeot Bipper and Citroen Nemo sister models.