Pretty much everything, actually. Fiat's Scudo Panorama is here to replace the much-loved Ulysse on the airport taxi run, and it does so with a new platform and body. Even the engines have had a refresh.
What's it like?
Fiat would have you believe that the new Scudo Panorama is car-like in both dynamics and looks.
Unfortunately, the addition of windows has done nothing to disguise the commercial origins. It still looks like a van.
However, the Panorama is not unpleasant to drive. The steering is responsive, if numb, and the driving position is comfortable and suitably car-like.
On offer is a 1.6-litre 90bhp unit (short-wheelbase only), or a 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel unit in 120bhp or 136bhp tune. We tested the most powerful of the two options in the short-wheelbase body. At three metres long, its wheelbase is 120mm shorter than that of its extended counterpart.