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Fiat Punto facelift spied inside out

Fiat Punto facelift spied inside out
Parichay Malvankar
Written by Parichay Malvankar

With the festive season approaching, car manufacturers are lining up refreshed and new variants of the cars in their portfolio. One such car is the Fiat Punto facelift.

After numerous pictures of the camouflaged car doing the rounds on the internet, the Punto Facelift has now been spotted without any camouflage. Pictures have been shared by the Facebook page TEAM FIAT MOTO CLUB.

On the exterior, the car gets new headlamps similar to the Avventura, revised front grille with chrome inserts, new fog lamp housing with chrome surround. Also, the Fiat logo has been re-positioned from the bumper grille, to on top of the bumper. Also, it gets new alloy wheel designs, chrome door handles, new set of tail lamps, a slightly revised rear bumper with rear fog lamps and chrome inserts.

Dashboard of the car has been borrowed from the facelift Linea and it seems like both, all black and dual-tone beige interiors will be on offer. This time, the car was sporting all black interiors whereas previously it wore the dual-tone interiors.

Engines powering the facelift Punto are likely to be the 1.2L 68 PS petrol, the 1.4L 90 PS petrol and the 1.3L multijet diesel available in 76 PS and 93 PS. All of these engines are expected to be mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

The Punto Facelift is expected to be launched soon now that the car has taken off the camouflage, and will be pitched against the B2 segment hatchbacks.

Fiat Punto facelift gets new set of tail lamps, revised rear bumper with chrome inserts and a new alloy wheel design

Fiat Punto facelift gets new set of tail lamps, revised rear bumper with chrome inserts and a new alloy wheel design

Fiat Punto facelift in all black interiors. Dashboard is similar to the Linea facelift.

Fiat Punto facelift in all black interiors. Dashboard is similar to the Linea facelift.