The top leader of the region EMEA noted that the sedan Fiat Aegea would firstly Spain, Germany and Portugal whereas at the moment it will not make it Italy or France.
H ace debuted a few days under the Istanbul Motor Show in a sedan that is emerging as successor to the Fiat Linea. This is the Fiat Aegea, a product which has been designed in Italy, but that will be produced by Tofas in Turkey. Based on the same platform B-Wide Fiat Chrysler Automobiles used by Jeep Renegade 500X and its body extends to reach 4.50 meters.
From simple design but with great visual appeal, the Aegea has very good proportions. Its interior is also simple and has many elements inherited from other Fiat products. While he debuted his body sedan, the brand has already announced that there will be variants hatchback and family.
Germany, Spain and Portugal would be the first Western European countries to receive the Aegea.
Fiat says it is a product that will get beat their opponents based on providing maximum interior space and a good load capacity, which reaches 510 liters. When you get to compete against market access sedans such as Dacia Logan, Peugeot 301, Skoda and Citroen C-Elysee etc. .
Precisely for this reason, the interior is one of the keys that can mean success or failure. The Fiat Aegea has a body of 4.50 meters long, with a width that extends to 1.78 meters and a loading volume of 510 liters capacity . Mechanical offer is structured around four propellers with powers between 95 and 120 horsepower and manual or automated transmissions.
Although this is a model designed for Turkey and emerging markets, Luca Napolitano, head of Fiat for the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region in dialogue with the Italian magazine Quattroruote indicated that the product would fit right in markets Spain, Germany and Portugal , where such cars have good reception by the public.
Napolitano also said the Aegea Sedan opens up the possibility of offering in markets where such products is not as developed as is the case with Italy and France . Nothing will begin its marketing Turkey in October.