Fiat Tipo snapped for the first time in Brazil - Spied

03/12/2015 - 19:59 | ,  ,   | Ashwin Ram N P

Could be a replacement to the Fiat Grand Siena.

The Fiat Tipo sedan has been snapped in Brazil reportedly in a premises of Fiat. Launched in Turkey and Italy, the Tipo is a replacement to the ageing Fiat Linea that will spawn a hatchback and an estate variant soon. It is manufactured in Turkey by TOFAS, which will export the model to over 40 markets in the EMEA region.

Fiat Tipo front spied in Brazil

Fiat has announced a successor to the Fiat Grand Siena in 2016 (launch cadence report below), and the Tipo could be that model. In October, a report from Just-Auto stated that the Tipo was expected to be manufactured in Brazil.

Fiat 2014-2018 product plan
Fiat has 3 new products in the Latin American region in 2016, one of which is the Grand Siena successor.

The Fiat Tipo is a larger car than the Linea, measuring 4.5 meters in length, 1.78 meters in width, 1.48 meters in height and 2.64 meters in wheelbase. It has a boot volume of 510 litres. It is powered by two petrol engines and two diesel engines.

Fiat Tipo boot spied in Brazil

The 1.4-litre FIRE petrol engine produces 95 PS, the 1.6-litre E-Torq petrol has an output of 110 PS, the 1.3-litre Multijet II turbodiesel motor generates 95 PS and the 1.6-litre Multijet II turbodiesel unit churns out 120 PS of maximum power. The petrol variants get a choice of a six-speed automatic transmission apart from the five-speed manual, and the diesel models can be ordered only with a six-speed manual gearbox.

[Spyshots: Carplace]

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