Motor Show: Geneva Fiat Bravo







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: February 21, 2012
Categories: FIAT, Fiat Bravo

Fiat Bravo Street: new high value features

  • City spirit imbues the new special series
  • Style dictated by sportiness together with urban functionality.
  • Technology for enjoying your time to the full
  • The 2012 range: new Pop and Easy trim levels, new Lounge and Sport packs

Fiat Bravo

The Fiat Bravo Streetmakes its debut in Geneva. This new special series embodies the latest trends of young city dwellers: the city is seen as a throbbing, vibrant centre to experience freely, without conventional attitudes and far from conformism, and where it is important to attract attention, but without pretentious display. The Street version renders precisely this spirit through new features and an accessible price in order to respond to an advanced society that thrives on virtual and real innovations and that makes social networks a new starting point for life experiences.

The Bravo Street will become available with the 120 HP 1.4 T-Jet Petrol and 120 HP 1.6 MultiJet Ds engines, both with the right balance of performance and savings.

Style

On the outside the new special series attracts the eye with its red brake callipers glimpsed through the 17" alloy rims. The rims, painted glossy black and treated with exclusive diamond finish, go perfectly together with the various glossy black inserts already on the car: from the upper and lower grille and mirror covers to the frames of the fog lights and centre pillar. The Street will also be easily to identify through its dedicated logo. The interior of the new Street offers the perfect combination between sportiness and urban functionality: black leather seats matching a dashboard fascia with an energetic black carbon look effect that envelops the driver and passenger.

Fiat Bravo 2012

Technology

In line with the 'urban' spirit, the Bravo Street is complete with a premium Hi-Fi system with eight speakers and subwoofer that guarantees the power and clarity of the sound, and music files can be directly transferred from a smartphone and all mobile and file storage devices through the USB port so you can always have your personal playlist within reach. The Blue&Me system also enables transmission of Bluetooth data inside the car, the reading of SMS messages on the dashboard and voice recognition for calls.

2012 Range

The Bravo Street is the cutting edge of the new 2012 range, which comprises new trim levels and new features. The new range will consist of two new trim levels: Pop, the entry-level version for those who pay attention to substance, with manual climate control standard; and Easy, the version with the best compromise between price and standard equipment. It can boast 16" alloy wheels, radio with CD/MP3 player, manual climate control, front and rear electric windows, and front central armrest with refrigerated compartment.

For those who want added comfort or a sporty look, two new packs are also anticipated. Lounge adds 17" wheels, automatic climate control, parking sensors and cruise control to the wealth of features on the Easy. The Sport Pack, on the other hand, gives the car an aggressive style and sports setup with its 18" alloy wheels, spoiler, side skirts, chrome-plated exhaust pipe, sporty seats and sporty pedal unit. So the new 2012 Bravo is able to meet the needs of customers who are more attentive to both performance and price.