2011 Fiat Uno Novo: Specs, Details and Photos

By Peter Chubb - May 12, 2010

The 2011 Fiat Uno Novo is one of those strange cars, we have heard about it but not much information to go on. We know that the new vehicle will be heading to Brazil and other South American countries first, then maybe other countries if it proves popular.

Thanks to Carplace Brazil, we have managed to get hold of some more details on specs as well as a few more photos, which you can see here. The 2011 Fiat Uno Novo come with a choice of two engines – a 1.0-liter and a 1.4-liter engine. The former will offer 75bhp while the latter will produce 100bhp – so not going to set any speed records then.

There were rumors that this model would make it to Europe, but this is unlikely as the Panda does very well there. If you have an image to keep up with, then the 2011 Fiat Uno Novo will not be for you. If however you were young and looking for your first car with funky looks – then this would be the perfect choice.

While looking at the photos of this new car you will see that it looks like a mini SUV and it has more legroom than you would imagine. Take a look at the photos in the link above and let us know your thoughts

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  • raj

    it looks so "made for india"…it should come to india and before the jimny or the mahindra mini suv launches.. especially with the mini suv concept just opening up in india fiat could do a cameo with this car.. indians do like small vehicles that look big.. n ya they love the kms the car goes before a fill n ya they drool over low prices… the x-factor–indians do like domination on road having a suv or even a mini suv they look down at a Merc besides them… so if it has a good mileage n costs less than say 6-7 lacs, theres nothin to stop it from being a leader in the new trend.. it has looks anyway.. n remember in india there is a lot of alcohol available but its jus for drinking n ruining your life, not to run your car with it so it should have a fuel efficient diesel engine..

  • LoveCars

    Doesn't look promising that it'll be released in other countries except for brazil and S.A. Of course it might be popular in some countries, but it depends what the roads are like, what are people's tastes, the prices etc. For the US market I just don't see it working. Fiat should roll out their other <a rel="follow" href="http://www.fiat.co.uk/Showroom/#showroom/500c">city cars, which have the reliability and the bodywork to attract more customers.