Will be launched in Brazil on April 18.
More images of the Fiat Mobi have surfaced on the web, this time revealing the top-end, adventure-styled Way or Way On trim level in more detail, courtesy Autos Segredos. The exterior features flared wheel arches, black roof rails and 'WAY' lettering below the big 'FIAT' branding on the all-glass tailgate.
Inside, the dashboard appears to get a black-theme. The instrument panel features a small tachometer on the left side and a large speedometer in the middle that also houses a multi-information display to display different driving stats. There's the Connect multimedia system mounted in the centre console, flanked by vertically positioned HVAC vents. The multimedia system has a digital display and supports various music playback sources and features Bluetooth for phone calling and other functions as well.
The Fiat Mobi will be launched on April 18 as a replacement to the Fiat Uno Vivace and be available in six trim levels: Easy, Easy On, Like, Like On, Way and Way On. A 1.0-litre EVO engine that develops 75 hp and 9.9 kgf.m (97 Nm) of torque will be standard across the range. Noteworthy features include 14-inch alloy wheels, steering wheel height adjustment, driver's seat height adjustment, electric windows, ABS, dual airbags and parking sensors.
The Fiat Mobi will be priced from around R$ 29,000 (INR 5,31,923) and go up to around R$ 40,000 (INR 7,33,686). Complete model range equipment details and specifications are available here.
[Source: Autos Segredos]