The recently introduced Fiat Aegea compact sedan has been digitally converted into a more practical wagon.
Fiat's rather stylish replacement for the aging Linea is an all-new C-segment sedan called Aegea which will also serve as foundation for a Bravo hatchback successor that has already been caught on camera. There's also going to be a third body style taking the shape of a wagon which will act as a replacement for the defunct Stilo Multiwagon.
Theophilus Chin decided to share his vision of the latter which has great potential as the added overhang has not affected the car's good looks, plus it comes with a larger trunk compared to the sedan which can hold up to 510 liters with the rear seats in place, so the wagon should be able to haul approximately 550 liters of cargo.
All three cars will be built in Turkey and be offered with two gasoline and two diesel engines, ranging in output from 95 PS (70 kW) to 120 PS (88 kW). A manual gearbox is going to be standard, but select engines will be optionally teamed up with an automatic transmission.
The sedan will be the first to go on sale this November and will be followed the hatchback and wagon sometime in 2016.