Fiat Bravo Xtreme Concept Introduced at Sao Paulo Motor Show

The creation your are looking at doesn't belong to some Fiat fan who invested all his life in turning his Bravo into a dream car, this is actually a concept that has recently been released by the carmaker at the Sao Paolo Motor Show.
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Dubbed Fiat Bravo Xtreme concept, the vehicle not only comes with a strong visual appeal, but it also hides a 1.4-liter 16V T-Jet engine under the hood, with the unit being taken to 253 hp at 6,600 rpm and 332 Nm (245 lb-ft) at 5,000 rpm.

To handle the hot hatch-level of power, the car has also been gifted with other tech upgrades, such as a suspension that uses stiffer springs and brings the car 5mm closer to the road.

As for the aforementioned visual treats, the Bravo Xtreme concept, which may or may not result in a production version, wears a mean-looking body kit.

The compact comes with a new front apron, restyled headlights that use LED technology just like the new taillights, a fresh rear bumper with a diffuser that accommodates two exhaust pipes, as well a a roof spoiler.

The transformation goes on inside, where we find four individual seats, a multitude of changes for the dashboard, as well as ICE items such as an ASK audio system.
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