Fiat Punto Dynamic 2003 posters

Fiat Punto Dynamic

The second generation Punto, codenamed Project 188, was revealed at the prestigious Frankfurt Motor Show in 1999. The Punto still had the classic shape and design, while the chassis and interior had state-of-the-art alterations, with a new torsion beam rear suspension. In addition, a hallmark of the model was the classic round Fiat badge, in honour of the 100-year Fiat anniversary. Also presented was the Fiat Wish concept car, a hardtop convertible based on the Punto, which was designed by Pininfarina to mark the centenary.

Entry level

As for engine options, the entry-level models were equipped with a 1.2-L petrol unit, with available 8 or 16 valves, producing 60 hp (45 kW) and 80 hp (60 kW) respectively, or a 1.9-L diesel, whose versions included common rail injection and turbocharger, or natural aspiration with mechanical injection.

Sporting versions

The Punto family also featured two sporty versions, which were the 1.2-L 16 valve Sporting model with a 6-speed manual, and the 1.8-L HGT, with a top speed of nearly 130 mph (210 km/h). The 1.2-L 16V model also featured a Speedgear CVT-equipped variant, with a sequential manual shift mode that had 6 or 7 gears (depending on the model). The 1.8-L HGT had an acceleration from 0-60 of 8 seconds flat. In comparison to its predecessor, the Punto GT, the HGT had better handling. Additionally, there is the HGT Abarth, a limited release that had improved bumpers, spoiler, side skirts, new alloy wheels, and more. It had no additional technical modifications.

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