One of India’s biggest festivals is on and the whole country is lit up with happiness and lights. Almost every car and bike manufacturer has geared up for Diwali and has put up attractive deals at their showrooms. From offers, freebies, and discounts, you name them and you have it all. In one such attempt FIAT Chrysler Automobile India (FCA India) has unveiled two special limited editions through their official website along with special offers and benefits to celebrate the festive season.
Fiat has unveiled the limited editions of the Punto Evo hatchback and the Linea 125S. Dubbed as the Punto Karbon and Linea Royale, both the Fiats will bear a cosmetic upgrade while the tech-mech will remain unchanged. The Fiat Punto Karbon will be available in the New Pearl White shade. The visual additions to the exterior will include a contrasting coloured roof, a decal strip running from the front wheel arch to the rear section through the doors. At the rear, under the C-pillar the Punto gets a Karbon inscription. The rims are also finished in Gun Metal. On the inside, the Karbon edition will get all-black interiors.
The Fiat Linea Royale edition also gets a similar kind of treatment. Just like the Karbon edition, the Linea Royale features a contrasting colour roof, a Royale badge at the rear, dark rims and the New Pearl White body paint. On the inside, the dashboard retains the dual tone treatment with tan replace the beige. The seats are draped in the Tan leather as well.
The Linea Royale is a special edition of the Linea 125S therefore it will be power by a 1.4-litre T-JET petrol engine that makes 125PS at 5,000 rpm and a max torque of 208Nm between 2,000 and 3,500 rpm. On the other hand, Punto Karbon that is the limited edition of the diesel powered Punto Evo will draw power from a 1.3-litre Multijet engine that is capable of producing 93PS at 4,000rpm and 209Nm of torque at 2,000rpm. Both the limited editions are expected to be launched by the first week of November and are expected to be priced tad higher than the regular models.