Fiat: Launch More Powerful version of Abarth Punto in October, 2015

Fiat: Launch More Powerful version of Abarth Punto in October, 2015

 

In an offer to draw auto devotees of the nation, Fiat India is wanting to launch an all the more effective forms of the Punto and Avventura under its execution image ‘Abarth’. In spite of the fact that the first to enter between these two will be the Abarth Punto Evo, as Fiat merchants have effectively begun taking pre-orders for the auto.

Fiat: Launch More Powerful version of Abarth Punto in October, 2015

Driving this execution situated adaptation of the auto will be a 1.4-liter T-Jet turbo charged petrol unit that will produce a whooping 145bhp of force. The same motor will likewise do obligation on the Abarth Avventura. So hopefully you know, the customary Punto Evo models accompany three motor alternatives – 1.2-liter and 1.4-liter normally suctioned petrol units and a 1.3-liter multijet diesel unit.

The Punto Evo T-Jet will take head on against the nation’s just hot-hatch – the Volkswagen Polo GT TSI. The Polo GT TSI gets its energy from a 1.2-liter TSI petrol engine that, mated to a 7-rate DSG programmed gearbox, delivers 105bhp. So the Punto Evo T-Jet, at 145bhp, will be around 40bhp more intense than the VW’s hot-hatchback.

Anticipated that would come at around Rs. 10 lakh, the Abarth Punto will get some unobtrusive changes both all around. The hot portal will get Abarth identification rather than Fiat’s, 16-inch double tone compounds, Abarth decals on sides, wing mirrors and grille interestingly complements, and so forth. The lodge too gets a couple changes incorporating diverse seats with complexity sewing in red and yellow and Abarth identification on directing wheel among others.

Fiat: Launch More Powerful version of Abarth Punto in October, 2015

To make the hatchback skillful to handle the additional force, Fiat has brought down the vehicle’s ride stature by 20mm, hardened the suspension and changed the brakes.

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