Mopar launches 70+ accessories for the lackluster Fiat Tipo
The Fiat Tipo, both in its hatchback and estate/wagon versions, is almost a definition of blandness and unassuming appearance. It manages to get so completely lost on a parking lot, even the manufacturer realizes it as a problem, because it offers it in four different trim versions: Street, Mirror, Lounge, and S-Design. Great, except that all four look pretty much the same anyway! And this is where German tuner Mopar rushes in to rescue the situation, even though the company usually deals with cars that are somewhat more expensive.
Today, Mopar has announced over 70 new options and accessories for the Italian car, some of which are already available. A separate mention goes to a wide range of roof boxes and dedicated racks for transporting skis, snowboards, surfing boards, bikes and canoes.
You can also now customize your car by adding a front spoiler lip, longer side skirts and a rear apron with a faux diffusor.
It goes without saying that Mopar couldn’t leave the car with its entirely-too-stocky-looking stock wheels. You may now ditch those for a designer-made aluminum set sporting a dual-color finish (various sets are available measuring up to 19 inches across).
Wouldn’t you say the Fiat Tipo looks much better with a few custom parts on?
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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