Fiat also tries to focus on selling many utility vehicles in Europe, a segment where it has a strong presence and experience. Now, the Italian manufacturer tries to extend its presence with the introduction of the new Talento, a new van positioned between the Doblo Cargo and Ducato.

based on the same architecture as the opel Vivaro and Renault Traffic, the new Fiat Talento comes with a different design, meaning a new front fascia. The grille is designed to wrap around the headlights and form a mask that together with the bumper and the grid conveys a solid appearance. The squared-off rear end allows for ample inner space and a high load capacity.

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The new model is equipped with turbo and twin-turbo diesel engines with six-speed manual gearboxes and power outputs of up to 145hp. 

Available as a van, people-carrier, crew cab or flat bed, the new Talento will be built by Renault in Sandouville factory, northern France. Orders for the new Fiat Talento open in mid-May with final pricing and specifications to be announced closer to the vehicle’s launch.