Fiat Plans Even More for Geneva with the Bravo Street

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The Fiat Bravo hatch is getting a new look for the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

The Bravo Street hatchback is another special edition model heading to the 2012 Geneva Motor Show from Fiat. The Italian automaker is already bringing the 500L, 500 America and Ellezero crossover to the Swiss show and the spicy version of the Bravo will do its part in generating hype for the company. Styling is where Fiat spent most of their attention, as the new Bravo Street features a slick white exterior finish complemented by black and red touches here and there.

The upper and lower grille on the front-end features the gloss black finish along with the side mirrors and headlights. It sits on a set of 17-inch wheels with distinct red brake calipers The interior features black leather-wrapped seats and carbon-look accents around the cockpit. A boisterous sound system gives the Bravo Street some added luxury. The Fiat Bravo Street runs on either a 120hp 1.4-liter T-Jet engine or an also 120hp-rated 1.6-liter MultiJet engine. It will debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show on March 6th.

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