Fiat India opens bookings for Abarth Punto Evo at Rs 50,000
Fiat has started accepting bookings at Rs 50,000 for the Abarth Punto Evo that will be launched within a month. We drove a prototype of this car earlier and found out just how capable it is around the track.
To help differentiate it from the standard Punto Evo externally, the Abarth will get new alloys, different colour schemes and sufficient Abarth badging all around. The interiors are virtually the same as the standard Punto Evo in terms of space and utilities. However, the Abarth Punto Evo does get new upholstery with contrast stitching, lightweight racing pedals, an Abarth badge on the steering wheel and Abarth scuff plates. What really sets it apart though is its powertrain a 145PS 1.4-litre turbo charged engine mated to a 5-speed manual that powers the front wheels. The expected ex-showroom price for the Punto Abarth Evo is less than Rs 10 lakh.
To view the image gallery of the Abarth Punto Evo, click here.
FCA India commences the bookings of the much awaited hot hatch, Abarth Punto to be launched soon
|~ The booking amount of the Hot Hatch is ? 50,000 ~ ~ Abarth Punto is powered by a 1.4 litre T-Jet engine, generating whopping 145 BHP of power, making it the hottest hatchback made in India~ Mumbai, September 22, 2015: FCA India commences the booking of the much awaited hot hatch, Abarth Punto. The booking amount would be @ ? 50,000. This indigenously built hatch would be launched in a month's time and will be available across 100+ exclusive dealerships pan India FCA India is looking forward to cash in on the festive season by launching the "Made in India" Abarth, the iconic Italian brand with a racing DNA and a great tradition of performance. For more information please visit FCA India website www.fiat-india.com|
Starts Rs 9.67 Lakhs
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