This is the Fiat Qubo Trekking, a vehicle Fiat describes as being for "nature lovers and outdoor sports and leisure enthusiasts".
The Fiat Qubo Trekking will be unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show and is powered by a 74bhp 1.3-litre Multijet engine.
It has Fiat's 'Traction+' traction control system, which gives it off-road capability that Fiat compares to "that of a light crossover". Turned on by a button on the dashboard, the system operates at speeds above 17mph, electronically simulating a self-locking mechanical diff by braking a spinning wheel and transferring power to the wheel with more grip.
Emphasising the car's off-road credentials, the ride height has been raised by 20mm, while the suspension travel is 10mm greater.
Styling changes from the standard Qubo include a new front bumper design, an underbody shield, roof bars, privacy rear windows and larger wheel arches.
No prices or on-sale dates have yet been released.