2014 Fiat 500L Beats Edition Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Fiat 500L Beats Edition Redesign. 2014 Fiat 500L Beats Edition is one brand new car from Fiat that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2014 Fiat 500L Beats Edition.
Fiat presents the new 500L Beats Edition special series and the new 2014 Fiat 500L range, which rationalises the offer with new colours, interior trims and new optionals for new members of the 500 family. What’s more, the start of 2014 sees the affirmation of the new 120 HP 1.6 MultiJet II and 120 HP 1.4 T-Jet engines for 500L, the latter also in a dual-fuel (LPG/petrol) version shortly.
The important developments will certainly consolidate the success of the 500 range – 500L, 500L Trekking and 500L Living models – which in Europe in 2013 has soared up the sales rankings to take the top spot in its segment in just a few months, with a share of 17.2%. Moreover, in Italy it was the leader in its segment with a share of 40.9%, in addition to being the top-selling car both among medium-sized and diesel-powered models.
If the special series of the iconic 500 are a byword for ‘fashion’, those of the 500L start from the world of technology which, according to the Fiat brand, must always feature sophisticated content but be easy to use, to make everyday life simpler and more enjoyable.
The Fiat 500L Beats Edition offers a sound system that is revolutionizing the way music can be experienced inside the car. Legendary artist and record producer Dr. Dre and Interscope Geffen A&M Records chairman and record producer Jimmy Iovine, worked side by side with Fiat Group sound engineers to develop and calibrate the sound system introduced for the first time last year on the 500L model. The result is a system that offers a listening experience marked by premium sound that only two music experts like Dr. Dre and Iovine could have achieved.
The price of the upcoming Fiat 500L Beats Edition has not been released. Expect it to be priced at the top of the range, however.
The outside of the Beats Edition uses a smart combination of colors, finishes and details to make the overall package of the 500L better than the sum of its previous parts. The exterior of the Beats Edition is being sold in a collection of two-tone colors that include black body with a gray roof, or a gray body with a black roof; both colors are gloss paint. The best looking version is also a gray body with a black roof, but instead of the gloss paint it’s a matte finish.
Regardless of your color choice, many of the details on the outside are satin chrome. The Mirror fairings, grille and tailgate handle are all made of the shiny stuff. The wheels and body kit are all painted in a matte black. The final touch of flair on the exterior design is a splash of red on the brake calipers and on an insert in the mirror housing.
2014 Fiat 500L Beats Edition Exterior Dimensions:
• Model: All Four 500L Beats Trims
• Length: 168.11 inches
• Width: 70.86
• Height: 66.10
• Wheelbase: 102.83
• Number of Seats: 5
• Number of Doors: 5
• Front – Rear Track: 59.92 – 59.8
The inside of the 500L Beats Edition gets the same stylish treatment. The dashboard is painted a matte gray, and the trim is painted in a color called Total Black. The seats are black, but they are covered in a special fabric/leather combination and the whole thing is put together with red stitching.
The big story on the inside is that stereo though. With 520 watts and seven speakers the stereo is capable of pumping out some serious volume. The system also has an amplifier with DSP and 8 channels and runs through an advanced equalization program.
The end result is studio quality sound inside of your new Fiat.
The engine options for the 500L Beats Edition include a pair of gasoline engines and a pair of diesels. The gasoline-burning line is made up of a 1.4-T-Jet four-cylinder making 120 horsepower and a .9-liter, two-cylinder, TwinAir Turbo with 105 horsepower. The turbodiesel choices are Fiat’s 105-horsepower MultiJet II, and an upgraded 120-horsepower version of the same 1.6-liter mill.
As you can guess by these engine choices, the Beats Edition is not yet for U.S. consumption, as our version of the 500L is loaded with the 160-horsepower turbocharged MultiAir engine.