The competitive SUV segment has a new player: the Fiat pulse, which was launched in Brazil and that soon will come to the Argentina. It is a new vehicle developed by the brand on the pillars of design, performance, safety and technology and connectivity to make it the most desired in its category.
With a unique style, it was born from the work of a team of professionals with the most diverse specialties in the South America Design Center, at the Betim Automotive Center. "The new Pulse is designed to express an attractive and modern design, highlighting its robustness and technological elements from any angle", highlighted the brand.
The model reaches the Brazilian market with a wide and modern catalog of transmissions and engines, including the Turbo 200 Flex, the most powerful 1.0L supercharged three-cylinder in Brazil with up to 130 CV.
The new engine is part of the award-winning family of GSE T3 engines developed by stellantis, and repeats 100% of the innovations and technologies of the existing set, the T270 Flex, which already equips the New Bull.
Its creation took more than three years of development and 30.000 hours of testing. That resulted in an impeller that stands out for its performance and efficiency.
Transmission is exclusively the new automatic type CVT with ability to simulate seven changes and the whole set can work according to the modes Normal, Sport y manual with paddles at the wheel. Complete the offer at the base of the range the well-known 1.3L 8V 99 CV chain linkable to a five-speed manual gearbox or CVT.
Developed on new MLA platform, The new Pulse promises to be a benchmark in the segment, as it will hit the market with Advanced Driving Assists (ADAS) and a wide range of technologies.
It all starts with the Uconnect multimedia system, an essential element for the Pulse consumer. As standard, it will be available in two versions, with 8,4 inch floating screen and 10,1 inch touch screen. Both offer connectivity Android Auto y Apple CarPlay wireless.
The arrival of the new Fiat Pulse to the Argentine market is estimated for the first half of next year.