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Fiat Punto Abarth and Avventura T-Jet continue testing in Pune

Fiat Punto Abarth T-JEt (1) rear three quarter
Fiat Punto Abarth T-JEt

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is getting set to introduce Abarth and Jeep brands in India after several postponements. We have exclusive spyshots of the Abarth duo including that of the interiors.

Fiat Punto Abarth and Avventura T-Jet variants have been spotted in Pune by our avid reader Prathik Shetty. While Punto clearly has all the bearings of Abarth branding like sporty alloy wheels, decals on the lower part of the door and T-Jet badge, Avventura test mule is devoid of any noticeable visual changes compared to the regular variant.

Fiat Punto Abarth T-JEt (1) rear three quarter

Abarth side decals and sporty alloy wheels and T-Jet badge on the hatch door are the only noticeable visual changes.

Interior of Punto Abarth is finished in full black color theme where as Avventura T-Jet receives dual-tone dashboard with grey Alcantara inserts. Dual-tone brown and beige seat covers were reported to carry Avventure logo. Save for the aforementioned visual features, both cars are identical to their respective regular variants.

Fiat Punto Abarth T-JEt (4) dashboard

Interior of Fiat Punto Abarth gets full black color theme.

Under the hoods is the 1.4-litre T-Jet turbocharged petrol engine which is reported to be pumped up to around 135 PS to justify the scorpion badge. The duo continues to employ 5-speed manual transmissions.

The Punto Abarth and Avventura T-Jet underscore Fiat India’s strategy of targeting auto enthusiasts. Combining a powerful turbo petrol motor to an already proven ride and handling package seems like just what car lovers would want.

Fiat Avventura T-Jet (9) front three quarter

Avventura test mule doesn’t give away anything about its whereabouts.

Given the cars appear to be production ready, market introduction is likely to happen in festive season (September to November, 2015).



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Sagar Patel

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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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