New tech for Fiat hatchback
16 June 2009

Fiat has launched a new edition of its Bravo hatchback, the MSN Special Series.

The Bravo MSN Special Series is a collaboration between Fiat and internet giant MSN and features a host of technologically advanced equipment.

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Sony Ericsson mobile phone technology has been custom-made for the car, and this will allow direct in-car access to the MSN internet portal.

Fiat says the Bravo has the most advanced radio navigation system for a mid-sized family hatchback, with features including its Instant Nav Blue&Me system.

Other features include special edition 17” alloy wheels, Tempesta Grey pearlescent paint and a leather steering wheel.

The car has been launched to coincide with the Bravo Tour, an international charity driving event to Fiat’s Balocco test track near Turin.

Drivers start the three day event from various cities around Europe and can win up to £25,600 for charity for those showing the greatest care for the environment and fuel use.

Fiat UK will also be donating £20 to charity for each of the first 250 test drives of the Bravo MSN Special Series.

The special edition Bravo is available now for £13,225.

Mark Tisshaw

Our Verdict

Fiat Bravo

The Fiat Bravo is a stylish Focus rival. It's good value, but has an odd driving position

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