Fiat Brazil has introduced a moderate facelift for the locally produced Bravo hatchback.

Fiat Brazil has introduced a moderate facelift for the locally produced Bravo hatchback.

Several days ago we found out Fiat through its Tofas joint venture in Turkey will be investing $1 billion in new models including an overhauled Bravo and now the company's Brazilian division has launched a facelifted version of the current model. The car has gone out of Italian production a few months ago but it's still alive in Brazil where the five-door compact hatchback has received a more than decent revision bringing more stylish front and rear fascias, fresh alloy wheels and other minor exterior tweaks.

The list of changes continues on the inside where the 2015 Fiat Bravo (BR-spec) has gained a new infotainment system with a touchscreen display and support for GPS navigation and rearview camera. There's also a reshaped leather-wrapped steering wheel and some shiny glossy accents to spice up the cabin.

The revised Fiat Bravo is slated to go on sale in Brazil a few months from now in the following versions: Essence 1.8 16V, Sporting 1.8 16V, 1.4 16V T-Jet and Special Series BlackMotion 1.8 16V.

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