Let’s first start from the shapes: the extremely geometric style, though rounded, of the external elements finds new lymph here too, and this is evident from the first look. The dashboard, for example, has a very long and extended shape, less paler than the standards we are used to in the industry.
Several elements want to clearly call on the Airbump and not just talk of the doors panel, but bring them concave. We think of the air conditioning jacks and the same controls. Everything immediately replicated under the infotainment system from a further set of keys in turn with a very round shape. The Cactus symbol is therefore repeated very often, with perhaps the only exception to the two screens that make up infotainment system and control panel.
The open weekends will be on October 21-22, so there is time to choose. We drove the 1.6 Diesel 120 hp that pushes with good progression. It’s a pity, really sad that the EAT6 automatic transmission is only expected with the Pure Tech 110 Cv gasoline that has less accelerated thrust but it gives us more convenience because it lightens a little bit on the front. The best seller in Italy will probably be 100 Cv diesel Aircross in the Feel fittings (19,750 Euros) and Shine (21,500) in a list that starts from a more than competitive 15,500 Euros for the 82 hp petrol that can be used for cargoes even for newcomers.