Spied – Fiat Avventura production version without an iota of camouflage

Posted on: May 20, 2014 - 4:53pm IST

A photograph of the production Fiat Avventura without any camouflage has been published on Auto Column. The exclusive photograph confirms what we’ve known all this time – the production model is very similar to the concept showcased at the Auto Expo.

In the transition to a showroom model, the Avventura has lost its LED foglamps/daytime running lights and in place come normal bulbs. The headlamps have projector lights, and the detailing differs slightly. A radio antenna is also visible on the roof of the production model.

Fiat Avventura production version spied
The production Avventura loses out on the LED daytime running lights.
Fiat Avventura front
Front of the Fiat Avventura concept from the 2014 Auto Expo

Otherwise the Avventura is a gear-heavy Punto featuring extra body paneling, aggressive dual tone bumpers, roof rails, external spare wheel and bigger tires.

Interestingly the Avventura shown at the Expo had a new 6-speed manual transmission, which hints that either a higher capacity engine is being primed, or Fiat is aiming for a higher fuel efficiency from the same engines. Some media reports suggest that the Avventura will not differ in mechanical configuration to that of the normal Punto. The 1.2L petrol, 1.4L petrol and the 1.3-liter diesel engines will soldier on, paired to a five-speed manual gearbox.

The Avventura’s price positioning will be between the Punto and Linea. The launch will take place within six months.

Fiat Avventura at Auto Expo 2014 – Image Gallery

[Source – AutoColumn.com]

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6 thoughts on “Spied – Fiat Avventura production version without an iota of camouflage

  1. Vivek Nagpal says:

    I really do not understand the logic behind playing down on LEDs! Is it too expensive to be part of Avventura? Why most car companies avoid these in production models (especially in India)???

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  2. Jishnu S V says:

    You have pointed out that it still retains projector headlights but to me it looks like normal reflective headlights.

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  3. Arun says:

    Will it have traction+ tech that fiat provides on panda trekking and palio adventure locker

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  4. pramod says:

    Launch date?

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  5. Pankaj says:

    What may be the expected price range of it?

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    1. Quite honestly we are not sure about this, but we can expect a fully spec-ed model to be priced at about 9 lakh rupees (on-road).

      Reply

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