Fiat Compact Sedan to Debut at Istanbul Autoshow

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
fiat compact sedan to debut at istanbul autoshow

In related news: Istanbul has an auto show.

The new built-in-Turkey sedan is described as a “compact three-box,” hinting the model will be a fairly basic affair. We expect it to be a replacement for the Fiat Linea (pictured), a compact sedan sitting atop the GM Fiat Small LWB platform that currently underpins the Opel Meriva and Ram ProMaster City.

Fiat states the car will be sold in 40 countries in the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region and will have “excellent interior comfort and load capacity.”

Again, Istanbul has an auto show.

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  • PRNDLOL PRNDLOL on May 05, 2015

    Those bumper cover seams are pure Cobalt.

  • CJinSD CJinSD on May 05, 2015

    Did they buy the Coda tooling from Great Wall Motors? I guess this explains why Fiat has been reduced to using the same styling features on all of its US models.

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    • NoGoYo NoGoYo on May 05, 2015

      @Ronnie Schreiber And then Willys-Overland made their own similar yet different sharknose!

  • Rod Panhard Rod Panhard on May 05, 2015

    I'm still getting my mind around the GM Fiat platform being used on the Ram Promaster.

  • Nick_515 Nick_515 on May 05, 2015

    easy on Istanbul. you don't know the car culture there.