LACO Design tried to predict Panda’s “new decade” attributes, following the design strategy that followed the current generation, that is, how Panda III acquired different styles of One and Pandora IV could follow what Mobi had already done. The “European” features the car of the Brazilian city on every part of the car.
In the front, the LED headlamps take a more similar setting with the type, while the double-position lamps above the fog lamps and the upper grid remain in three bars containing Sharp Chrome.
The third window setting that is connected to the full glass rear door, which gives the idea of a floating roof thanks to the lack of front columns, remains the “3” headlamps with reversing lights while the bumper with the plastic bottom of the SUV impact. Of course, it is still too early to say whether the new Panda pattern will be similar to this pattern, but we certainly know what will happen under the hood: the Twinair 0.9 cylinder and the new 3-cylinder 1.0 FireFly debut on Mobi.