If you were hoping that the new small crossovers of the Stellantis group could be produced in the Kragujevac factory, there is none of that, at least judging by the news coming from the Western media.
Namely, the smallest representative of the American brand, codenamed Project 516, should be positioned below the Renegade model.
It will be produced in Tychy, Poland, and will be constructed on the CMP mechanical platform we know from the PSA Group model. It will initially have petrol engines and a light hybrid is also expected.
For now, there is no more detailed information, except that the production of about 110,000 copies per year is planned. The first serial copy should come off the production lines in November 2022.
Judging by the writing media, with this model the mechanical platform should be shared by a small FIAT crossover codenamed Project 364, whose production should start in April 2023 in the same factory. In addition to standard SUS engines and light hybrid technology, it will also have a purely electric version.
Its design should be largely inspired by the concept FIAT Centoventi, and it is planned to produce 130,000 copies a year. According to the same sources, the production of a small Alfa Romeo crossover called Brennero is also planned, but these allegations have not been confirmed.
Source: Auto magazin by www.magazinauto.com.
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