The Fiat Aegea project previewed a new compact sedan that will go on sale in Turkey in November and it was confirmed that the new compact sedan will have hatchback and station wagon versions too. The Fiat Aegea hatchback version is said to replace the currently sold Bravo, and the Fiat Aegea station wagon would take the place of the discontinued Stilo Multiwagon.
Both (five-door) hatchback and station wagon should debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March, suggested Olivier Francois, Head of Fiat brand and Chief Marketing Officer and named a member of the Group Executive Council (GEC), to alVolante.it. Both versions will have their own personality and be practical.
The Aegea concept-based sedan, hatchback and station wagon are expected to be offered with two Multijet II turbodiesel engines and two petrol engines – with power outputs between 95 hp and 120 hp. The most efficient diesel engine would offer a fuel economy of more than 25 km/l.
All three Aegea derivatives will be built through a joint venture with Tofas at the Bursa plant in Turkey where the Italian brand has been rolling out cars and commercial vehicles (for Fiat Professional Vehicles).