Fiat has introduced a facelifted version of the locally produced Bravo hatchback on the Brazilian automotive market.
Fiat has managed to place the Brazilian version of the Bravo into the spotlights these days after officially pulling the wraps off a facelifted version of the model. This is coming just a few days after finding out that the company will be investing 1 billion USD in new models and this also included the updated Bravo, based on the current generation. The Fiat Bravo facelift has received some new stylish front fascia and rear end, some minor exterior teaks and fresh alloy wheels, to sit on.
The 2015 Fiat Bravo facelift is also fitted with the new infotainment system, on the BR spec, which is coming with a touch screen display and support for rearview camera and GPS, some glossy accents added to the cabin, a different leather wrapped steering wheel and several other tweaks to put some space between it and the current version. The vehicle is coming in the Essence 1.8 16V, the Sporting 1.8 16V, the T-Jet 1.4 16V and the Special Series Black Motion 1.8 16V. The model will on sale in Brazil over the next few months.