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Fiat officially released images and videos of its highly-anticipated Bravo crossover vehicle today. Several reports from online publications have rumored that the new Bravo will be introduced in the United States, along with the launch of the Fiat brand for sale in North America. The ultra-compact crossover will be available with a 1.4L 16V at 90-horsepower as well as a turbocharged T-JET engine which outputs 120 and 150-HP. Additional gadgets will include the Blue&Me navigation system, a panoramic sunroof, as well as several other goodies.
Two additional videos of the Fiat Bravo are available by reading more.
Looks like the new Fiat Bravo isn’t so hidden after all. After Mike sent me some spy shots of the new Fiat Bravo, there’s more to go around. This time, it was caught in the traditional red shown in the official press pictures and in the video footage Fiat released of the whole walkaround of this new 5-door hatchback. After seeing these pictures, I find that it looks a lot like the Mazda CX-7, particularly in the front bumper design, or maybe it is just me. Continue reading for two additional images.
A guy named Mike sent me these through e-mail today. So be sure to thank him for that. These are the latest Fiat Bravo spy pictures caught in silver as well as red. After seeing these, I don’t think it’s all that stunning, but I can tell you that it sure looks better in red. Continue reading for additional images.
Here’s a spy shot of the interior of the upcoming Fiat Bravo. I found this via the CarSpyShots forum and there isn’t really a lot you can judge from this image, but hopefully there will be more surfacing sometime this month. Click here for high-resolution wallpapers.
Remember the introduction of the Fiat Bravo with the new Fiat logo? Well, there are videos of the new Bravo on YouTube which feature full walk-arounds of the upcoming crossover. I came across this while reading AutoBlog. So enjoy! To see the video, you’ll need to continue reading and don’t forget to post your thoughts and comments.
Fiat is considering to replace its current logo with a new design to be placed on the new Bravo. Fiat has already changed its logo 16 times.
The photo of the Bravo below was scanned from a foreign magazine and appear to be authentic. It shows that the Bravo will wear the new logo design. Official confirmation will be known when the Bravo shows up at next year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Click below to see an image of the new logo:
[Source: Motor Authority]
Fiat Linea is an all-new segment C three-box saloon which d?buts at the Istanbul Motor Show taking place from 2 to 12 November. Produced in collaboration with Tofas, the Turkish joint venture between Fiat Auto and Ko? Holding quoted on the Istanbul Stock Exchange, the Fiat Linea will be first manufactured in the joint venture?s Bursa plant in Turkey (at an annual production of 60,000 units) and marketed in a number of European and non-European countries starting in the second half of 2007. The vehicle will later be produced in other countries by FIAT.