While Fiat Bravo is struggling to complete the current generation, Fiat brought to the Sao Paulo Motor Show a concept called Bravo Xtreme. The exterior design changes are indeed extreme. Basically, apart from the hood, all body elements are changed. We have a new front spoiler, upgraded headlights, massive 19-inch wheels, a huge grill hosting the Fiat logo and a boomerang-shaped LED fog lamps. In rear, the bumper gets two exhaust pipes and and taillights now have a white center.
Other significant changes come under the hood. Fiat has modified the 1.4 liter T-Jet engine and instead of the standard 140 HP, the new car engine is now producing a banging 253 hp and 340 Nm of torque. To be able to face the new dynamic challenges, Fiat Bravo Xtreme also comes with modified suspension, brakes and a tuned steering for a better stability when cornering.
Unfortunately, Fiat Bravo Xtreme was developed specifically for the Sao Paulo Motor Show and it will not be tested in real life, the car is just a design exercise. [source: autoforum.cz]
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