Fiat Tipo hatchback’s rear end – Rendering

Posted on: Dec 9, 2015 - 4:41pm IST

Expected to debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

A rendering of the Fiat Tipo hatchback has emerged in a WorldScoop forum post, giving an idea as to what the new hatchback would look like from the rear. The Fiat Tipo hatchback is expected to debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March.

Fiat Tipo hatchback rear rendering
Based on spyshots, the rear end will have a long pair of taillamps, and concealed taillpipes.

The rear end of Fiat Tipo hatchback in the render features a long pair of taillamps that extend to the side, a chrome strip connecting the taillamps, a subtle rear spoiler and concealed exhaust pipes. The front-end looks largely identical to the Fiat Tipo sedan, which is already available for sale in Italy at prices starting from EUR 12,500.

Although there are no interior images, spyshots have revealed that it will source the design and features from the Tipo sedan. It gets a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel, 5-inch UConnect infotainment display, and minimal button count.

Fiat Tipo interior at the 2015 Dubai Motor Show
Spyshots have revealed that the Tipo hatchback will source the interior design and features from the Tipo sedan.

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The Fiat Tipo hatchback will also borrow the engine lineup from the Tipo sedan, which includes a 90 PS 1.3-liter and 120 PS 1.6-liter Multijet diesel engines, along with a 1.6-liter E-Torq and a 1.4-liter ‘FIRE’ petrol engines. A 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic will serve as its gearbox options.

Fiat Tipo – Image Gallery

[Source – Autopareri]

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One thought on “Fiat Tipo hatchback’s rear end – Rendering

  1. Joy says:

    Bring this hatch against Elite I20 and Jazz. And the sedan version against Verna and City. 95ps 1.3 MJ2 for the hatch and 120ps 1.6 MJ for the sedan. This might just be the game changer for Fiat.


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