Fiat terminated production of the Bravo at its plant in Italy for the variant commercialized in Europe but they are still making the car in Brazil where it’s locally sold. This version has now received a modest nip & tuck which has brought revised front and rear fascias making the vehicle look a bit more upscale than before. Also changed are the alloy wheels which matched with several other enhancements make the car more appealing in the competitive compact segment of the Brazilian market.
The 2015 Fiat Bravo facelift (BR-spec) benefits from a newly developed infotainment system benefiting from a touchscreen display and providing other features like a rearview camera and GPS navigation. Fiat has also installed a fresh steering wheel covered in leather while the central area of the dashboard benefits from a glossy black finish.
The revised Bravo is programmed to go on sale in a few months in Brazil and customers will have to choose from several versions, such as the Special Series BlackMotion 1.8 16V, the 1.4 16V T-Jet and the Essence 1.8 16V.
Source: Fiat via Indian Autos Blog