Fiat has expanded the Tipo range with the fresh new hatchback and estate versions that make world debut in Geneva.
The new Fiat Tipo already offers good value for money and now it is getting even more practical with the introduction of a station wagon variant. The model gains the typical design elements for an estate, including third window on each side, longer roof, wiper on the rear window, and, naturally, a bigger trunk. The car also comes with roof rails and reshaped taillights, compared to the sedan model.
Also on display in Geneva will be the Tipo hatch, which follows the same design recipe at the back. We still don’t have exact details regarding the boot size, but it will be significantly smaller than the 18.3 cu. ft. (520 liters) of the Tipo sedan.
Both vehicles take the engine lineup of the sedan, which means European customers will be able to choose from naturally aspirated 1.4- and 1.6-liter petrol engines, as well as from the 1.3 and 1.6 Multijet II diesel duo. Depending on the selected unit, Fiat will offer the hatch and estate with either a five- or six-speed manual gearboxes, while the six-speed auto will be optionally available.