2013 Fiat 500L Gallery Released Prior to Geneva Debut

More photos of the maxi-mini 500L revealed ahead of the MPV’s unveiling at Geneva.

The Fiat 500 will make a triumphant return to the US market after a 30-year hiatus, but not before the 'Large' version of the MPV, the 500L, makes its debut at Geneva. Following some initial details released earlier this month, Fiat has released these new pictures of the largest model in the 500 range. With a relatively tall ride height the 500L will be offered with a 1.4-liter gasoline or 1.3-liter turbocharged diesel engine.

It is expected to come in FWD and AWD forms, and is set to do battle with the likes of the Buick Encore and MINI Cooper Countryman. Make sure to check back for more details and live pictures of the car once the Geneva Motor Show kicks off in March.

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