Brazilian-developed budget supermini on sale in Europe late in 2011
19 May 2010

The new Fiat Uno will arrive in Europe late next year, according to industry reports.

The Brazilian-developed budget supermini but will be built at the Zastava factory in Serbia, which currently makes a version of the Mk2 Punto.

See the new Fiat Uno pictures

Fiat announced a ¤150 million (£130m) investment in the Serbian factory earlier this year in preparation for introducing the Uno.

The company’s European product plan describes the new Uno as an “entry-level B-sector car”, suggesting that it will be very competitively priced.

See all the latest Fiat Uno news

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19 May 2010

I,d have one ! ..................... given......................... for nothing............... or very little

19 May 2010

Zhivela Zastava!!!!!!!!!!!

19 May 2010

Better looking than the panda I guess, but not even in the same league as the 500.

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