Fiat recently introduced the world to its Bravo Xtreme Concept, which boast some unique features that the manufacturer believes would help it to stand out of the crowd of ohers.
Unveiled at the 2012 Sao Paulo Motor Show, the Bravo Xtreme comes equipped with a 1.4-litre 16V T-Jet engine that produces a maximum power of 253bhp at 6,600rpm and a peak torque of 332Nm.
Its new, fascinating design, redesigned headlamps, LED tail lights, a redesigned front bumper with a large grille, and either side vents accompanied by built-in LED daytime running lights earned it much appreciation at the event.
In addition, it has redesigned, more muscular rear bumper, more aggressive side skirts, two exhaust pipes, two-tone alloys, and a roof spoiler further adds to its beauty.
In addition, the concept car has been equipped with other technology upgrades like a suspension which uses stiffer springs and brings the vehicle 5mm closer to the road.
Inside the cabin, the new Fiat concept has received a cluster of notable features, such as ASK audio system, new centre console, an ultra-modern dashboard and an integrated screen into the headrest of front seats.
However, the manufacturer hasn’t revealed anything about when the Bravo Xtreme Concept will get into mass production.