The Italian carmaker Fiat has recently revealed a facelifted version of the current generation Bravo which will only hit the Brazilian market as the European variant that was produced in Italy is no longer available.
The five-door compact hatchback benefits from a revised front grille, redesigned bumpers, new lights and different alloy wheels along with other exterior tweaks.
On the inside, the car has received a new infotainment system with touchscreen Uconnect navigation and rearview camera. The steering wheel has been wrapped in leather and there are some glossy accents too.
On the mechanical front, the refreshed Fiat Bravo will reportedly be offered with two engine choices: a 1.4-litre T-Jet and a 1.8-litre unit. They are both coupled to a manual transmission, but the 1.8 can also be connected to an automatic gearbox.
The Fiat Bravo Facelift will go on sale in Brazil in the first months of 2015. No pricing details have been announced yet.