Punto Evo made its first debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The badge "Evo" highlights a level of evolution in car design that is capable of satisfying customers who are increasingly demanding in terms of technology, driveability and respect for the environment.

Fiat Punto Evo will be powered by a wide range of Euro 5 Engines. There will be second-generation 1.3 litre MultiJet and the 1.4 litre MultiAir engines. The range is going to be reinforced by hybrid methane and LPG systems to achieve the best eco-friendly engines in the segment.

Start&Stop system will be build-in Punto Evo to improve the fuel consumption. This system comes as standard on all new Euro 5 petrol and diesel engines.

Other very usefull system build-in the Evo is Blue&Me-TomTom infotainment system. This is a colour touch-screen navigation system, which can manage phone calls, road maps and driving information. The active safety is entrusted to ABS, EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution) and ESP (Electronic Stability Program). There is also Hill Holder system, which helps the driver with hill starts by keeping the car stationary for a few seconds. In our opinion this is perfect for amateur drivers.

The Fiat Punto Evo will be available at the market from the second half of October 2009.