The latest sedan Linea is launched by Fiat India solely with a view to strengthened its presence in the Indian car market.
The company has tied high hopes with the car and is completely relying on it to bring good sales.It also targets to sell 24,000 cars in the first year and export around 3,000 cars to international markets like South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and UK.
The recently launched Fiat Linea boasts unmistakable Italian design, aesthetic glaring lines with modern features. The impressive design with a smooth body shape, elongated dual-parabola headlights, and a steeply raked windscreen improves aerodynamics. Welcoming and bright environment in the interior accentuated with a host of interior elements delivers a perfect blend of aesthetics and functionality. There is nothing left behind to roll a beauty on wheels. With such an elegant design and high quality interiors, the Fiat Linea is sure to attract a large number of car buyers across the country.
If this new car succeeds to win hearts of Indian car buyers, it is sure that the impact of slowdown on the company will be nullified. Fiat expects to increase the market share and aims to sell about 40,000 cars during 2009. The Linea is surely going to coup over leading sedans like the Honda City and the Ford Fiesta if its gains car buyers’ confidence. This would then definitely help to revive Fiat’s business in India.