• Nov 20, 2006

A hundred horsepower isn't usually anything to write home about, but in a tiny car like the Fiat Panda it makes for a fun recipe. We've said it before and we'll say it again, we like the Fiat Panda Sport and wish we could get them here in the US.

This promo video shows the miniscule go-kart/supermini zipping around a track (admittedly not the most likely place you'll see it), and offers some odd zoom-ins and pans on such "interesting" features as the tailgate latch. All set to a bizarrely calming electronic soundtrack.

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[Source: Motor Authority]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      No doubt Peter, but how do you explain my other car, a Jaguar E-type? ;)

      If anything it demonstrates a complete loss of sense on my part!

      --chuck

      • 8 Years Ago
      Chuck, you're a sensible guy but the thing is; cars are often about something else than making sense
      • 8 Years Ago
      Yaaawn...wake me up when they've got 300HP in their 4WD model.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Other official videos about Panda 100 hp and Panda Panda: http://www.virtualcar.it/?p=881
      • 8 Years Ago
      Horsepower is overrated.

      My TDI Jetta has "only" 90 HP, but I can cruise along at autobahn speeds all day long with it. The only thing another 100 HP would do for me is cut my 0-60 time by about 4 seconds and cut my mileage in half.

      I'd rather keep the 50 MPG and 100 MPH performance thankyouverymuch.

      --chuck