Meet The 'Moparized' 2023 Fiat Fastback B-UV Coupé! - MoparInsiders

2022-10-25 04:18:52 By : Ms. vivian chen

Mopar has gotten its hands on the all-new 2023 Fiat Fastback B-segment utility vehicle (UV) coupé. This new ‘Moparized’ show car, will showcase a majority of the new portfolio of accessories that Mopar will launch alongside the Fastback.

Based on the ‘Limited Edition Powered by Abarth’ trim, the Vulcano Black exterior features a Matte Gray on the lower half of the body with a Mopar Blue stripe along the beltline. The scheme also features Mopar logos of the front fenders. The look is set off with 3M tinted windows, 19-inch x 8.5-inch Dark Alloy-colored wheels with low-profile 235/40ZR19 rubber, a rear exhaust diffuser, and a lowered suspension with recalibrated springs and dampers.  Passive Radiator

Meet The 'Moparized' 2023 Fiat Fastback B-UV Coupé! - MoparInsiders

Other exterior highlights include a list of original Mopar accessories that will be available to the public like painted moldings, hood decals, wheel locks, a spare tire lock, and anti-vandalism film, amongst others. A total of 35 accessories will be available at launch, however, the list will soon expand with items like painted trim and an integrated towbar.

Inside, there is a two-tone look with light leather appliqués on the dashboard, doors, and steering wheel. The car is fitted with leather seats with Alcantara inserts. There is also Mopar Blue interior lighting on the front floor and dash. In the cargo area, a Mopar raised edge cargo mat and a removable JBL subwoofer which can be used externally as a Bluetooth speaker are also highlighted.

It goes to show just how Mopar continues to provide the best aftermarket solutions for Stellantis vehicles, even outside the core Chrysler Group.

‘Moparized’ 2023 Fiat Fastback Limited Edition Powered by Abarth Image Gallery:

Like a cross between the Avenger and the Caliber.

Meet The 'Moparized' 2023 Fiat Fastback B-UV Coupé! - MoparInsiders

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