Could Fiat work on a 500X Sport Edition (RED) for the North American market?

The Jeep®, FIAT and Ram brands, along with (RED), are responding to the call to serve the global war against pandemics by launching Special Edition Vehicles (RED), helping to provide more than $4 million in critical care support. The Global Fund operated between 2021 and 2023.

“This partnership with FIAT, Jeep and Ram is a huge blow to (RED’s) epidemic control arm and the complacency that fuels it. Hard to believe that 15 years after RED was founded, we are now fighting another small virus, but it’s hard to see the virus of injustice that has characterized with the AIDS pandemic, and who is still alive and well during COVID,” said Bono, Co-Founder (RED).

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So far, there have been a number of Edition (RED) cars released by the three brands…

However, it looks like the FIAT brand will be releasing another (RED) model thanks to some recent spy photos from our friends at GabetzSPYUnit.

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It happened on the Fiat 500X that is slightly camouflaged, with red “5-0-0” decals on the grille area. Signature (RED) 500 models. It’s also baffling why the “Sport” badge was covered on the fender, front air dam, and B-pillar, unless it masked the fact that it was a (RED) 500X Sport version and (RED) B-pillar badge. The only questionable thing is the persistence of the Sport’s silver mirror caps.

Currently, (500X)red The version is based on the European cross style. Could this actually be a new model targeting the North American market?

So what determines the current (500X)red version apart from the rest of the 500x lineup?
  • Network logo in red “5-0-0”
  • (red) B-Pillar badge
  • (Fiat) red Hello Kate
    • Selected car key cover
    • dedicated distributor
  • Seaqual® Logo Marine Plastic Yarn Seats (Red)
  • red mirror caps
  • 17-inch alloy wheels with red accents
  • Red instrument panel (I/P)
  • Antimicrobial material used in steering wheel

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In the North American market, the 500X comes standard with a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine (GSE-T4) turbocharged and a 9-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive (AWD) is also standard on the 500X in North America, allowing the B-junction to be used in any road condition.

It looks like we might see this newest addition to the (RED) family pretty soon, judging by the emergence of spy photos.

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