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Fiat Aegea project revealed

21st May 2015 6:00 pm

The Aegea is powered by a choice of four engines - two diesel and two petrol; power output between 94bhp and 118bhp.

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Fiat's new four-door sedan Aegea has been revealed at the Istanbul motor show 2015. The new car is expected to go on sale overseas, sometime later this year. The company has also said that the Aegea will have more models following in the form of a compact hatchback and an estate. Fiat stated that the sedan will not carry the Aegea name into production, but will receive a new name closer to the launch date.

On the outside, the new car gets bold creases along its flanks, hood and roof while the boot gets an integrated spoiler and neatly sculpted tail-lamps. The Aegea gets a large prominent grille with chrome inserts that merges neatly into the headlamps.

On the inside, the car seems to share plenty of bits with the Fiat 500X and 500L with the air-con switches, steering and infotainment system similar to the ones in the other cars. The centre console layout is also similar to the other Fiats as well. It gets equipment like a five-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, USB and Aux inputs and steering-mounted controls as standard. It is also available with optional satellite navigation system and a rear parking camera.

Under the hood, the Aegea is powered by two Fiat Multijet II diesel engines and two petrol engines in varying states of tune with power output between 94bhp and 118bhp.

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