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The Bravo, Fiat's latest and most exciting creation, will be presented to the international media in Rome early next year.
Designed and developed as a synthesis of beauty and substance, the Bravo, when it rolls out of Fiat's Piedimonte S Germano plant, will be well on its way in its quest to set a benchmark in the passenger sedan segment of the European market.
Developed by the Fiat Style Centre, the Bravo's exterior design is unmistakably Italian, constituting another step forward in the development of the brand's new stylistic identity.
The new model cleverly combines a compact five-door body - 434cm long, 179cm wide, and 149cm high, with a wheelbase of 2,6m - with extraordinary interior roominess and a loading capacity of 400 litres that tops its class.
The Bravo achieves a considerable degree of substance, thanks to the quality of the materials used, the care dedicated to even the smallest details, a lavish array of technological features and quality standards worthy of a higher class of car where safety, comfort and driving enjoyment are concerned.
This is an agile car that is entertaining to drive in every situation, thanks in part to the wide choice of engines, which include the popular 1,9 turbo diesel, the 1,4 petrol engine and a new family of turbocharged T-JET petrol engines, which combine low consumption with outstanding performance.