Off late I have been hearing and coming across lot of rumors across forums that Fiat is planning to exit from India. Our member @Venkat asam raised this concern directly to Fiat and he got a clear response from the Fiat team. I believe it is better to create a separate thread in this regard which would greatly help those concerned about Fiat's existence. Fiat's Response Good evening , Greetings from FCA India! Thank you for sharing your contact details & reaching out to us with your query. There may be a lot of information on the internet that may not be necessarily true. It is a great gesture that you reached out to us directly to seek a clarification on this subject instead of believing the hearsay. We welcome your decision to own a Fiat Punto EVO/Fiat Linea and we assure you of our best services always. We understand your concern on Fiat in India but please rest assured that both our Fiat and Jeep vehicles will co-exist in India. The Fiat brand is as important to us as Jeep and we will ensure our Fiat customers are properly taken care of despite the introduction of Jeep in India. You may agree that Fiat is an established brand in India as it has been present in the country for around 60 years, whereas the Jeep brand is still new to Indian customers (launched in 2016) and we are working towards making customers aware of the brand and the SUVs. In fact we have already opened new dealerships which now sell our Fiat, Abarth and Jeep vehicles, all under one roof. You will hear of more such dealerships opening in the next few months. We are fully committed to our customers in India and we recognize the fact that Fiat customers require equal attention, which we will give you. Thanks once again for considering to buy the Fiat Punto EVO/Fiat Linea! As per your trail mail, currently there is no official update regarding launch date of Fiat Tipo in India. As soon as it is confirmed you will be informed accordingly. Thanks to @Venkat asam for sharing the response from Fiat. Link to original post - Upgrade to Figo, What car?