Discussion in 'Fiat India News' started by ramjn, Dec 11, 2014.
Those Abarth alloys look delicious The wheels look like 16".
Its a crazy world out there. Last time when I bought car, way back in 2010 I didn't know anything about safety features. But right now after all these years and after reading all about fait cars on this wonderful forum. I want maximum possible safety in my car.
With all these power & braking specs (speculated though) my fav caption would be --- CAUTION:This car can accelerate very fast & deccelarate faster.
But I won't be able to buy one for next 3 yrs at least.
Damn i wish those alloys just fits right into our punto without much fuss i.e not touching rim or PCD bolt issues etc. I just so drool for those alloys. Ill def look for upgrading.
Btw if one wishes to upgrade, do the old alloys shall be taken back by dealer/fiat ? or who else?
Those alloys are killer. Would love to have it on my ride. Bring it on FIAT. I suspect the more "stiffer" suspension might make the ride little uncomfortable as the Evo already has the stiffer suspension compared to GP. But that's a minor compromise compared to the hot machine it is.
For power worth 135 bhp they will have to make the suspension stiffer than the outgoing Evo to enjoy that kind of power. Maybe fiat isn't in a mood of lowering the ground clearance even for a performance oriented hatch. I just hope that it isn't as stiff as that was Swift.
New set of images and details have emerged in MOTORBEAM--http://www.motorbeam.com/2015/06/cars/fiat-punto-evo/abarth-punto-evo-spotted-testing-detailed-pics-inside/
TYRE SIZE--195/55 R16
No. of gears---5(at least in the car visible in the pic)
The covered Abarth and TJet badges, most likely.
135Bhp with 5 gears,Vow... just wondering how thrilling will be each gear experience.Less gears more thrilling.
Dont know how FIAT petrol engine behaves,T-jet owners how will be the feel of each gear with that 135 ?
It would surely be delicious to say the least. One heck of a machine it's bound to be at 135 bhp. Linea TJet is at 113 bhp.
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