The new all-wheel version of the Fiat Panda is well equipped then the new Fiat Panda 4×4 2012 the four-wheel drive torque on demand and the limited slip differential ELD (Electronic Locking Differential) on board.
The new Fiat Panda 4×4 has permanent four-wheel drive, the electronically controlled. For this purpose, the system evaluates the Fiat Panda from vehicle data on road grip and sends the driving force equally proportional to the front and rear axle. The Panda 4×4 drive has a gear-type torque-on-demand dual differential and an electronically controlled clutch. Further features are the fully automatic operation and maintenance.
Fiat Panda 4×4 is not permanent all-wheel drive
The Panda 4×4 comes standard with an electronic stability control including electronic locking differential. This system is the pocket-roader useful while driving and when starting on slippery ground. The limited slip differential works by braking intervention on the wheels, losing the liability or more than the other slide. Thus the driving force is transmitted to those wheels having more higher grip values. This feature works in the new Fiat Panda 4×4 by pressing a button to activate behind the shift lever and is effective up to pace the 50th.
Two engines in the Panda 4×4
The Fiat Panda 4×4 is available with two engines, both associated with start-stop system. The new 85 HP 0.9 TwinAir Turbo Diesel and the 1.3 Multijet II with 75 HP. Compared with the 1.2 Fire the previous Panda, the TwinAir Turbo to a higher torque by 40 percent. This, combined with the special six-speed transmission with niedertourigem first gear for better hill starts, and more torque at startup, greater flexibility and better acceleration. Similar optimizations also offers the Multijet II engine, the torque is higher by 30 percent.