Fiat seems to be working on a wagon-version of the Fiat Viaggio sedan, which is basically the same car as the American Dodge Dart. A drawing that popped up on the Chinese interwebs, likely leaked from a Fiat-product presentation, shows a sleek looking wagon-like bodywork. Not for luggage, all for style, which might appeal very well to young ‘n hip Chinese car buyers.
At the same time, Fiat is also working on a hatchback version of the Fiat Viaggio. The hatchback will be positioned under the sedan, and the wagon will positioned above the sedan. All we need more is a coupe-cabriolet…
Renderings of the hatchback. When it all will be launched on the Chinese car market is yet unsure, but the hatchback is expected to debut, likely as a semi-concept, on the Shanghai Auto Show later this month.
The current Fiat Viaggio sedan. Price starts at 108.800 yuan and ends at 158.800 yuan (17.220 – 25.134 USD) The Viaggio is made in China by the Guangzhou-Fiat joint venture, it debuted in April 2012 on the Beijing Auto Show. Power comes from a 1.4 turbo T-Jet with either 120hp or 150hp, mated to a 5-speed manual or a DCT.