@prabhjot : I bow down in respect to this car's interiors. Right from the jet engined looks of the AC vents to the asymmetry of those gorgeous pedals with the dead pedal, this car's dashboard can be rightfully called a cockpit. And the reduction in the number of buttons makes it look more sturdy. But yes, the Italian look is now gently replaced by a fusion of old and new. But in classic Italian style, they have pulled it off. However, looking at the Hyundai Creta's launch and all the ballyhoo around it, I don't have much hopes for high class and well made cars in India. Although the reviews clearly state that the Creta's dynamics and handling are lousy, it will still sell in oodles as it will have all the trims like back massagers and foot mirrors which as we all know are "very" important in a car. Coming back to FCA, they must be thinking really hard now to get a foothold back in India. Differentiation might help but if they need to grow vertically, then they have to satisfy atleast one segment. Sure they can stick to Jeeps and Alfas but there is no recognition for them in India. People wouldn't know where to slot them. Neither the upper class German category or the mass market transport category. Just food for thought, of late I am seeing that nearly all old cars which are being restored to former glory seem to be only Fiats. Not even the Amby. So there is something still alive in this brand. I wish the company sees it too and atleast gets a good PR and advertising team to start selling the products. Because I am fairly certain that the Guilia's interiors will be copied in the next Hyundai Verna and will be hailed as a pioneer in the automotive industry in India. That one photo is enough for the Koreans to backward engineer the whole thing and bring it out very quickly. Copyrights be damned.