2018 Fiat 500L Confirms 40 Percent Facelift With More Chrome Accents

May 23, 2017 09:11 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

The 2018 Fiat 500L has been confirmed to come out with 40 percent facelift. The majority of the refresh were put on the styling that has been altered with more chrome accents.

Fiat has announced that 40 percent of the components of the 2018 Fiat 500L to have been refreshed. The new 500L is set to be released in Urban, Wagon and Cross variants.

The front fascia of the new 500L sports a redesigned lower grille. It now looks more chick with its studded chrome mesh. There is also a horizontal metallic piece of trim on the radiator grille.

Furthermore, the new 500L now carries chrome-plated accents on the revised upper headlights. It also comes with a "0" lighting signature on the LED daytime running lights.

Looking at the rear of the new model, additional chrome inserts can be spotted. The reverse and fog lights have also been repositioned below the bumper, which Fiat claims to be beneficial in making it more effective.

On the inside, the 2018 Fiat 500L also features new stuff. Fiat claims the new model comes with a "completely new" cabin. The 3.5-inch digital display is being flanked by the new instrument cluster that has two round gauges.

There is still the seven-inch Uconnect infotainment system hosting the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The new model also has a refreshed Mode Selector placed one inch above the rest.

The new gear lever has been lifted to a higher position. Whereas, chrome accents were also added on the steering wheel.

The 2018 Fiat 500L is being offered with more body paint options. The new model is reportedly coming out with 37 color combinations. In addition, there are also 10 pastel or metallic colors to choose from, which includes the latest Bellagio Blue. Aside from the color variants, there are also three roof options to choose from: white or matte black, glossy black, and body-colored.

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