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Fiat Professional’s fully refreshed line-up on show

The Hannover International Motor Show, the biggest European exhibition of commercial and industrial vehicles, opened last week. The event gathers professionals and major vehicle manufacturers together in the German city.

In Hannover, Fiat Professional was displaying its entire line-up of commercial vehicles. After being completely refreshed in the past two years, the Italian brand claims that it is capable of responding to all professional needs by covering 97 per cent of the market.

All body types are offered; loading capacities and volumes; a complete choice of wheelbases widths and height variants, in addition to high-efficiency engines and various fuel options.

Fiat Professional is also focussing on passenger transport and vehicle conversions. This sector includes shuttles, assisted mobility, mobile workshops, vehicles with cargo beds, vehicles insulated or fitted with cold storage compartments, motorhomes for leisure time and public administration vehicles. In brief, any professional activity or mobility need can be satisfied by Fiat Professional vehicle conversions, as demonstrated by the collaboration with the major European outfitters.

At the Hannover Motor Show, two models on display (the Ducato and Doblò Cargo) were fitted out with specific equipment studied by the Technical Service Operation Division of the Mopar brand.

In addition to the Ducato, the brand’s best seller that over 35 years, and the new Fullback pick-ups, the new Talento was on display. With its generous loading capacity, Fiat says it is the ideal work mate for professionals in city streets and on major roads alike.

The new Talento (replacing the Scudo) bridges the gap between the Doblo Cargo and Ducato and is allowing Fiat Professional to cover new load volumes and lengths and compete in the 2P segment with an ideal-sized wheelbase.

The new Florino was on display, as was the Doblo Cargo and the eye-catching Ram 1500 Quad Cab Sport. It’s the first time ever the Ram Truck brand took part in the Hannover Motor Show.