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Fiat Tipo

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Fiat showed that a car could be aerodynamic without the usual bubble shape when the Tipo was launched, though the boxy look wasn’t to everyone’s liking when the car’s publicity photos first appeared. However, the company managed to shift nearly two million of the original, which proved to be roomy and a step up quality-wise over the Ritmo. The nameplate disappeared in 1998 but returned in 2015 on export versions of the Fiat Ægea, a budget-priced C-segment entrant, then on hatchback and estate versions of the same car.



Marque: Fiat | Predecessors: Fiat Ritmo, Fiat Linea, Fiat Bravo | Successors: Fiat Bravo, Fiat Brava





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