6th June 2014
Fiat have announced that part of the Fiat-Chrysler five-year plan, aiming to establish the brand's parent group as a superpower of the car-building world, is to include new Punto and Bravo models in its upcoming line-up.
Previous announcements had revealed an aim to simplify and streamline the Fiat brand and phase out the Bravo, but newer plans have replaced this approach. Fans of the current Bravo will be pleased to know that the model will now remain.
Fiat's future aims are to split the brand into two branches: affordable vehicles to appeal to practical motorists, and an aspirational lineup to showcase the brand. The new Punto and Bravo are to fit into the first category, with a new hatchback and 'station wagon' following the 2015 release of a compact saloon.
Fiat also plans to focus on the Panda range, as well as on the 500 family - the current priority is to promote the 500, 500L and 500X SUV. The 500X is planned to make its motor show debut before the end of the year.
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