• May 25, 2006

We first showed you a sneak peak of Fiat's new Ducato commercial truck when a small photo first surfaced on the Internet back in mid-March. But with the official unveiling of the lineup, a brace of new, larger snapshots have become available, along with the range's full story. As we reported earlier, van buyers will have the choice of three wheelbases and heights, along with four lengths. Those just purchasing the chassis (for fitment of aftermarket configurations like a flatbed or Ambulance) will have five lengths tied to four wheelbase options.

The Ducato's fortunes are pivotal to Fiat, with 1.7 million units shifted over the last 25 years. Check out more photos inside and out, along with the press materials at the link.

[Source: DueMotori.com]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      Looks like the designers of the Vanagon found a new home.
      • 8 Years Ago
      You say Ducato, I say Ducatti, Lets call the whole thing off...
      • 8 Years Ago
      Yikes, what an industrial, unattractive design. Maybe make a distinct look for a FedEx truck. I'm sure the designers are good to their moms.
      • 8 Years Ago
      so is this the result of that new law with pediestrians in mind? ugly-ass car designs. sucks for europe! ::steps into ford excursion with massive grille guard::
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is Fiat's "answer" to the Dodge/Freightliner/M-B Sprinter, and as such, looks aren't a big part of the equation. Almost no one buys this van for private use as a sub for a MPV, Fiat sells the Multipla for family or individual use.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Since when did Smart make a commercial van?
      • 8 Years Ago
      beautiful, must, incredable...