CGI Fiat 600: Barring the occasional unofficial digital presentation of the Chevy Montana, what we have here is a valid example of Stellantis' passion that goes beyond CGI duty.
Some virtual artists love digital vans, others only have eyes for CGI donks (err, sorry, we meant Hi-risers, of course), while some love the American “land of imagination” above all else.
Naturally, at some point, we should also find some Stellantis ore.
We would casually refrain from calling it virtual gold, as Kleber Silva, the Brazilian pixel master better known as KDesign AG on social media, is deeply concerned about the sad fate of Fiat (between Citroens, Jeeps and Dodges) and tries to make something CGI about it. Fortunately, there's a lot of Mopar inspiration floating around lately.
Remember how Dodge turned the ICEmuscle car world upside down with the announcement about the imminent end of these types of engines in Chargers and Challengers. Now Stellantis is also retiring the diesel-powered Ram 1500 with its Last Call version, and the Chrysler 300C is singing its HEMI V8 swan song, among others. Meanwhile, all is well on the Jeep sustainability front.
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This is simply because the SUV brand has a genuinely good understanding of its EVfuture and an aggressive plan to start selling no less than four new models.
This is also a big link to the CGI expert's latest idea for a belated resuscitation of Fiat from the current brink of collapse. The essence of this would be to support the 500 family with the return of the 600 (Six hundred), while piggybacking on the current EV architecture that supports models like Peugeot's e-2008 or Opel's Mokka-e.
And, just to stand out – for better or worse – in the digital crowd, there's also a bit of the new Jeep Avenger EV style mixed in.