Fiat India finally launched its updated model Punto Evo hatchback, at price tag 4.55 to 7.20 lakh. Along with the change in design in updated model company has also changed his catalog from Punto to Punto Evo. To be launched across 15 cities in 15 days, Delhi will be the first city to host the new hatchback's arrival in the country.
There are no changes under cover and it include features same as the existing engine options: 67bhp 1.2-litre petrol, 89bhp 1.4-litre petrol and (75bhp and 92bhp) 1.3-litre multijet diesel. All engines are mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.
The front fascia of punto evo has motivated by Aventura Crossover the soon to be launched Fiat Punto based crossover. It's more eye-catching with the new rectangular grille with a little rounded corners, sweptback headlamps, a revised bumper along with trapezoidal fog-lamps with chrome-lined housing and the power prominence on the bonnet giving it an all-new face. There are clear lens tail lamps which employed with LED elements and chrome in the bumper at rear portion. The basic body cover and posture of the car is same as old model. The only change made in the side profile of the updated model is the new set of alloy wheels that give it a sporty look.
In Interior the cabin gets an updated dashboard with dual tone which has some textured soft plastics on the front and the entire premise of the cabin is curvier and switches that look quite similar to the ones found in the new Linea. The top-end variant has all-black interior colour theme, while other variants has a two-tone black and beige coloured theme.
Colours: Magnesio Grey, Minimal Grey, Hip Hop Black, Exotica Red, Vocal White, Glitterati Gold, and Tuscan Wine
Variant: Active, Dynamic, Emotion, and Sport
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), height-adjustable front seat belts, and front airbags with early crash sensors.