Fiat's quirky Uno Cabriolet revealed as a concept at the Sao Paulo motor show
28 October 2010

Fiat has taken the wraps off this quirky Uno Cabriolet concept at the Sao Paulo motor show.

The new concept previews the open-top Uno, the latest of several different variants planned for Fiat’s new Uno small car range.

See pics of the new Fiat Uno Cabriolet

The Cabriolet is also the most sporty version of the new Uno seen yet. It gets LED lights, a lower front wings, a new bumper, revised front air intakes and a lower wing.

Other features include new wheels, flared wheel arches, a pair of chrome-effect roll bars over the headrests and twin exhaust pipes.

The concept is powered by a 150bhp 1.4-litre petrol engine and has a top speed of 124mph.Read more on the new Fiat Uno

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28 October 2010

Holy cow - NO Fiat. Just NO! Abort, abort...

28 October 2010

If the model in white is available topless, I'll take one.

However, you can keep the Fiat!

28 October 2010

I quite like it... I like the chunkyness... It reminds me of the Renault Wind.

28 October 2010

[quote mantaray]

If the model in white is available topless, I'll take one.

[/quote]

Really? She looks like a drag to me.

Maybe they thought a not so good looking model will make the car look better.

They were wrong.

28 October 2010

.....it will fly out the door with legendary Fiat finance deals.

The bird looks like Alan Davis ( Comedian ), without my glasses on.

29 October 2010

Quirky usually means horrendously ugly would not be seen dead driving it, and this definitely applies here. Front end looks as though Fiat have ram raided Halfords

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