1993 Fiat Punto
The Decree Punto is a supermini produced by the Italian producer Edict since 1994. It is presently in its tierce multiplication.
Internally codenamed Projection 176, the Punto was proclaimed in September 1993 and launched in betimes 1994 as a permutation for the senescence Order Uno. The Punto was voted European Car of the Twelvemonth for 1995. The Punto’s classifiable clear-cut styling by Giorgetto Giugiaro was an heartbeat hit (though one of the car’s well-nigh placeable features, the upright poop lights, were not function of Giugiaro’s master innovation and were in fact added posterior in-house at Rescript). Free-enterprise pricing which undersell rivals such as the Opel Corsa and Volkswagen Polo too helped the Punto go an heartbeat winner in the mart.
Entry-level in the Punto stove were the 1.1 and 1.2 L gas engines and the 1.7 diesel. A more brawny 1.6 Sportsmanlike was likewise usable (replaced in 1997 by more economical 16 valve 1.2 whole), but the outflank acting reading was the 1.4 GT Turbo – subject of functional 124mph and arrival 60mph in equitable 7.9 seconds victimisation an phylogeny of the turbocharged 128 SOHC locomotive primitively constitute in the Edict Uno Turbo Mk II. A cab (exchangeable) variation was likewise uncommitted; reinforced by Bertone (quite than at the independent Decree manufactory) it featured a powered fully-retracting ceiling and was one of the cheapest open-top cars in the mankind at the metre.
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