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International Engine of the Year Awards 2010

Volkswagen, BMW, Fiat, Toyota, Mercedes and Audi are the six manufacturers that received awards at the 2010 edition of the International Engine of the Year competition. The twelve awards of the 2010 edition of the annual competition International Engine of the Year (IEY) were divided by only six automotive manufacturers. If Volkswagen has received the most prestigious award of the ...

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People’s Choice: Fiat Stilo by John

The new section of articles written by car-addict.com fans has its first article. You can do the same and we even encourage you to share your experience. If you want your article on the site? Go here ! This first article is written by John Holuta, a fan from Romania, about his car, a Fiat Stilo hatchback bought in the ...

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Fiat starts a project dedicated to the 500 model

Fiat 500 Thousandth is a special version of Italian baby model that will be built to celebrate the 500,000 units sold so far. Fiat officials will begin on May 3 a new project dedicated to 500, a model which has sold 500,000 copies in 31 months after launch. To celebrate this impressive amount, the Italian manufacturer will create a special ...

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Atomik presents Fiat 500 Abarth tuning On the Moon!

French tuner Atomik Cars plans to reveal next month a new version with four-wheel drive system and electric propulsion after the 500 Abarth model, named Atomik 500. The vehicle accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.6 seconds, with about 1.5 seconds longer than the current 500 Abarth. Top speed is reached around 180 km / h. This ...

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Fiat’s world premiere in Geneva 2010: New twin-cylinder engine with Multiair Technology

Fiat displays at the Geneva Motor Show 2010 (4th is until 14 March) for the first time from autumn 2010, first offered exclusively in the Fiat 500 Twin-air engine, the harbinger of a new engine series. The equipped with a turbocharged two-cylinder gasoline engine making 63 kW and will emit less than 100 grams of CO2 per kilometer. Developed by ...

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