Fiat is showcasing a brand new concept at this year Sao Paolo Motor Show. The Italians try to make use of the annual event in search for new clients on the Brazilian market. This year, Fiat unveiled Bravo Xtreme concept, a car based on the current generation Bravo.
The main feature of the concept is the aggressive body-kit, which includes a new front bumper with a large grille and two side vents with built-in LED daytime running lights. The headlights have also been redesigned and have received LED’s as well, while at the back there’s a different bumper and LED taillights.
The body-kit is rounded by 19 inch alloy wheels, aggressive side skirts, two exhaust pipes, a roof spoiler and diffuser.
The new Bravo Xtreme concept gets some interesting features on the interior. This includes new dashboard with new center console, ASK audio system and 4-individual seats.
Under the hood, Fiat Bravo Xtreme comes with a 1.4-liter T-Jet engine capable of producing 253 hp at 6,600 rpm and a peak torque of 332 Nm, available at 5,000 rpm. Along this power upgrade, Fiat offers also a 5mm lowered ride height and a stiffer suspension.

Source: Fiat