It is time for the Punto to pass away. After the end of production of the Fiat Palio in South America, the company has officially stopped the production of another glorious nameplate. The Fiat Punto has been in the market for 25 years and after 4 years of agony, the brand decided to kill the […]Read More The Fiat Punto is dead, long live the Punto
The recent Ford’s announcement on axing its sedan lineup in North America is making the industry think about the future of these cars. When demand turns against the product plans, the companies are forced to take tough decisions. Sedans used to rule not only in North America but also in China. But the industry is […]Read More The cars that will fade away
Fiat Europe gets ready for the launch of its all-new C-Segment family. The first reveal took place in June at the Istanbul motor show when the brand showed the Aegea sedan to replace the popular (in Turkey) Linea. The next step will be Geneva 2016 when it is expected the reveal of the rest of the […]Read More The new Aegea-Family and its implications for the B-Segment
Non-official pictures coming from Indian sites were published showing an updated version of the Fiat Punto. It is more or less what we already saw some months ago when Fiat presented the Avventura concept, a ‘SUV-wanna be’ Punto that was very well commented by the public during those days. The Avventura and the new Punto are part of Fiat […]Read More New Fiat Punto: for India only?
The Punto is another global key product for Fiat-Chrysler. Unfortunately, this important nameplate, that will soon turn 20 years, is facing its most difficult times and there isn’t a clear future. In 2012 there were around 215.000 Puntos sold worldwide, and a year earlier Fiat sold around 290.000 units. In fact, the Punto faced the […]Read More Fiat Punto 2012 Full Year Analysis
This is not a design exercise and not even a speculation of how the next generation Fiat Punto would look like. It’s clear that it will take some more time to arrive as European car market faces its worst time in 17 years and makes no sense to launch a new generation. It is also […]Read More How next Fiat Punto should be like
Fiat Brazil does not stop. After the presentation of new Siena, the facelift of Palio Weekend and Bravo, now it is time for the Punto, a product that is built locally and points to a specific client in the B-Segment. Basically they present the EVO version already seen in Europe but much better in terms […]Read More A better Punto for Brazil