An idea from FCA Brazil that could be easy enough to implement at low cost and with some meaningful sales/marketing effect: the DNA selector switch being used also on the 500X (in a different form though), borrowed from Alfa Romeo (nomenclature). The Punto Evo in Brazil gets this option, while the European one doesn't, if am not wrong. Basically switchable maps for the engine, steering, throttle and/or twinclutch autotrans. In the case of the upcoming Indian Evo tjet, whether as Fiat and/or as Abarth, as well as Avventura tjet, they wouldn't need to tweak the steering or the autotrans or even the throttle, just the ecu map, say from 105 hp to say 120 or even 135hp (if possible)? Perhaps even a lower map for the 'eco' mode? The physical 'DNA' switch they use on the Brazilian Punto (identical to the Alfa's) is a very chunky aluminium, highly dramatic one! Should persuade a few extra buyers, no? @asimpleson , say what?