FIAT Tipo Cross

Generations Timeline, Specs and Pictures


Body style:

FIAT Tipo Cross
FIAT Tipo Cross   2020 2022
2020 2022

Fiat refreshed the Tipo lineup and, along with other improvements on the drivetrain, introduced a new crossover version named Tipo Cross.
The Italian carmaker introduced the new generation of Tipo in 2015 as a successor for the Bravo and Linea models. It was built as an economy vehicle, with a low price and low maintenance costs, using a new platform. It was offered in three body versions: sedan, hatchback, and station wagon. The Tipo lineup was refreshed in 2020.

The facelifted model featured full-LED headlights and taillights on the Tipo Cross version. The manufacturer also installed brushed chrome elements in the lower section of the car. A pair of 16” light-alloy wheels was offered as standard while a 17” was on the options list. Fiat offered the Tipo Cross only as a hatchback. Together with a 4 cm (1.6”) raise in the ground clearance due to the new suspension, Tipo Cross offered a more adventurous look to travel well on unpaved roads.

Fiat Tipo was often criticized for its bland interior, which offered an infotainment system with a screen smaller than most smartphones on the market. So, the Italians made a big improvement on the car’s dashboard. A 7” TFT screen replaced the conventional, analog dials, and on the center stack, Fiat installed a 10.25” touch-screen display.

Under the hood, Fiat installed new engines that complied with the Euro 6d regulations, which were due to become mandatory from January 2021. The new, 1.0-liter gasoline engine was a three-pot unit that offered higher torque at lower revs than its 1.4-liter naturally aspirated unit, which it replaced. Fiat installed a revised version of its already known 1.6-liter unit for the diesel versions but upgraded to 130 hp for the top version.

Full Description and Technical Specifications

Our Brands

Write to us!
Hello, how can we help?
Whatsapp Support Line