Limited edition Fiat Linea Elegante launched in India at Rs 9.99 lakh
Fiat has launched the limited edition trim of its sedan, the Linea in India at Rs 9.99 lakh. The Fiat Linea Elegante will be limited only to the orders that dealers receive from prospective customers.
Changes over the regular Fiat Linea (Dynamic) include a new white body colour and a panoramic black roof, Elegante decals, new design 16-inch alloy wheels, side skirts and rear spoiler.
Inside the cabin, you have a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, new upholstery and seat covers as well as door sills.
Powering the Fiat Linea Elegante trim will be the 1.3-litre diesel engine that powers the MultiJet Dynamic variant of the Fiat Linea. The petrol variants of the Fiat Linea are not available in the Elegante trim.
Speaking at the launch of Linea Elegante, Kevin Flynn, president and managing director, Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles India said, "Linea Elegante is targeted towards those discerning buyers who desire elegant looks, differentiated offering and strong value proposition. This limited edition will undoubtedly create a wave of interest and will excite prospective Linea buyers. This package on new Linea is a perfect blend of elegance and sophistication. At FCA India we constantly innovate and strive towards making cars with timely enhancements in comfort, luxury and technology. "
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles introduces limited edition Linea Elegante for the Indian market
|~ With an assortment of best-in-class features, this accessorised vehicle is an epitome of Italian design and ingenuity ~ ~ Ex-showroom New Delhi price : Rs. 9,99,000 (with accessory kit) ~ Mumbai, July 30, 2015: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India launched Linea Elegante which is the limited edition of its much celebrated car, Linea, fitted with stylish accessories kit in the interiors and exteriors, to its customers. It will be available in white colour with a panoramic black roof and will be priced at ? 9,99,000, ex-showroom, New Delhi. Sporting a variety of exciting and new features, makes the car look more elegant. As regards the exterior kit, the car features a new panoramic black roof, new sporty body kit, new design 16" alloys, sporty rear spoilers, new chrome garnish on ORVM and all new Elegante decal. The interior kit comprises new seat covers, 6.5' touch screen infotainment, special carpet mats with Elegante branding and special flat door sill. Speaking on the launch of Linea Elegante, Mr Kevin Flynn, President and Managing Director, FCA India said, "Linea Elegante is targeted towards those discerning buyers who desire elegant looks, differentiated offering and strong value proposition. This limited edition will undoubtedly create a wave of interest and will excite prospective Linea buyers. This package on new Linea is a perfect blend of elegance and sophistication. At FCA India we constantly innovate and strive towards making cars with timely enhancements in comfort, luxury and technology. " With this launch, FCA India remains committed to provide its customers world class offerings. These efforts taken to extend the product portfolio is an ongoing commitment that FCA has to the Indian market and its ardent following of Linea aficionados. Elegant Accessory package Exteriors: o New Panoramic Black Roof o New Sporty Body Kit o New Design 16" Alloys o Sporty Rear Spoiler o New Chrome Garnish on ORVM o New Elegante Decal Interiors: o New Seat Covers o Special Carpet Mats with Elegante Branding o Special Flat Door Still o 6.5" multifunctional touch screen infotainment system|
Starts Rs 7.06 Lakhs
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