Fiat has by no means bought a truck in america, however its title has appeared on a various choice of pickups in world markets. The model’s newest entry into the section is called like a Nissan, formed like a Peugeot, and due out on at the very least two continents within the coming months.
Product planners opened a e-book about Greek mythology when the time got here to call the truck. Nissan has already claimed the “Titan” nameplate, so Fiat picked the Italian spelling: Titano. The pickup’s ties to Greece and Italy finish there. It is a badge-engineered model of the Peugeot Landtrek, which was developed collectively with China-based Chang’an and has been on sale in a handful of nations since 2020.
Just like the Landtrek, the Titano stretches 212.2 inches lengthy in double-cab configuration, 75.6 inches large, and 71.6 inches tall. These figures make it about an inch longer, nearly precisely as large, and round three inches decrease than the most recent model of the Ford Ranger. Consumers in some markets, like Algeria, can even have a 209.8-inch lengthy single-cab model to select from. The road-up additionally consists of a number of trim ranges starting from primary variants with black bumpers and metal wheels to extra upmarket-looking variations with alloy wheels and a touchscreen.
On the Algerian market, energy for the Titano comes from a 1.9-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder engine rated at 147 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Rear-wheel-drive and a six-speed guide transmission come normal, and four-wheel-drive is elective. The truck presents a 2,500-pound payload, although its towing capability hasn’t been revealed, and it options old-school rear leaf springs within the title of simplicity.
Fiat singled out Algeria and Brazil because the Titano’s predominant markets, although the mannequin might later land in different international locations. On the Brazilian market, it should be a part of a pair of unibody fashions known as Strada and Toro, respectively. Do not count on to see it in america, nevertheless.