Fiat Aegea: Linea successor revealed at Istanbul Motor Show


Fiat Aegea, the successor of Fiat Linea has been revealed today at Istanbul Motor Show. The newly revealed Fiat Aegea which is a compact sedan is going to take on its rivals Hyundai Verna and Dacia Logan. Fiat has expressed that currently it has no plans to bring Fiat Aegea to Indian market yet, the car might eventually land up here in coming years.

Fiat Aegea has been in the development stage for more than 3 years. The car was designed by FCA Style centre and has been developed in its Turkey’s plant.

The car which is manufactured in one of the Turkey’s plant would be exported to 40 countries in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.


Specifications, features and launch date of Fiat Aegea

Talking about the dimensions of Fiat Aegea, the car measures 4.5 metres in length, 1.78 metres in width and 1.48 metres in height. The wheelbase of Fiat Aegea is 2.64 metres and has 510 litres of boot space.

When it comes to performance, Aegea is going to be offered in 4 different engine variants – 2 petrol engine and 2 diesel engine. The engines would churn out a power between 95 PS to 125 PS. Engines are mated to gearbox with both manual and automatic (you can choose what you want). The company has claimed mileage of Aegea would be 25 kmpl.

Features of Aegea include Fiat’s very own UConnect infotainment system that has a 5 inch display with the presence of steering mounted controls. The new infotainment system comes with TomTom Satellite navigation system, Bluetooth, music playback options, wireless audio streaming and support for USB/AUX and iPod connectivity. The infotainment system also supports voice recognition.

Fiat Aegea would go for sale in the month of November and would be first available on its local markets in Turkey.

Also read: Coming soon: Fiat Abarth 500 in India

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