IAB Report – Fiat FCC4 Concept revealed in Brazil

Posted on: Oct 28, 2014 - 8:01pm IST

Is “exploring the language of design.”

Fiat Brazil has taken the wraps off the Fiat FCC4 (Fiat concept car 4) at the 2014 Sao Paulo International Motor Show. The pickup-like vehicle, that has an urban crossover’s front, measures 5 m long, 1.94 m wide and stands 1.6 m tall.

Fiat FCC4 Concept front three quarters right
With slender headlamps and a high bonnet, the FCC4 has some hints of the Range Rover Evoque.

The FCC4 is a design exercise from Fiat Design Center Latam (Latin America). The concept was designed to trail rough paths with its generous dimensions and high ground clearance. Fiat claims that the car has the interior space of a large sedan.

Calling it a “Four Door Coupe with an adventurous soul”, the vehicle features wrap around windshields, DRLs, and a body that emphasizes “the duality of light and shadow”. The dynamic nature of the concept is reinforced by the side glass area and rear glass, Fiat says.

Fiat FCC4 Concept rear three quarters right
The rear though is shaped like a pickup truck.

The rear, with its distinctive glass fastback, asymmetrical doors, and twin hexagonal exhaust tips is provocative. The body is finished in metallic blue, and is detailed with aluminium.

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Fiat does not say what this car is a forerunner of, what it is powered by, what the interior is like, or even whether it has a production future.

Fiat FCC4 Concept – Image Gallery

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3 thoughts on “IAB Report – Fiat FCC4 Concept revealed in Brazil

  1. Joy says:

    this might remain a concept.. 🙂

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  2. NV says:

    Fiat cars are the best designed cars, and with the new design language they are gonna rock it… kudos to fiat.

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    1. Srinivas says:

      But those best designed cars are taking a lot of time to hit the Indian market. Why should they not launch Bravo? Why don’t they have a volume car in the range of I10? Will their product range including A bath 500 lure Indian customers? Why should Linea not get à 1.6 mjd even after almost 5 years of its launch? Competition has surged ahead with 1.6 litre engine and FIAT is caught napping oblivious of the competition. More so with 1.6 and 1.8 litre engines already existing with them. IS FIAT INTERSTED IN INDIA?????

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