Fiat Punto Evo Karbon and Linea Royale Limited Editions Launched


Fiat Punto Evo Karbon and Linea Royale limited edition models are available at Rs. 35,000 premium over the standard model prices

Fiat Punto Karbon and Linea Royale limited edition models have been launched in India. These two cars have been unveiled in October with the special cosmetic updates. Both these model come priced Rs. 35,000 premium over the standard models. Both the cars come with exclusive features offered as an aftermarket fitment. The Italian automaker will not sell the components of these special editions as individual accessories.

The Fiat Punto Evo Karbon is based on the Diesel Emotion variant of the standard model, while the Linea Royale is based on the Diesel Dynamic variant. These cars are priced at Rs. 8.27 lakh and Rs. 10.30 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The Punto Evo Karbon has a Bossanova White exterior paint contrasted with black roof and sports black Karbon decal across the profile.


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Inside the cabin, Fiat Punto Evo Karbon dons an all black theme, complemented by Karbon Black upholstery. The white contrast stitching on seats and upholstery along with the soft touch panels on the dashboard give the interior an attractive look.

The Fiat Linea Royale features new Pearl White exterior paint contrasted by a matte black roof. It also dons a black Royale badge painted in black, which is positioned under the C-pillar. The sedan runs on black finished alloy wheels, which certainly enhance its appeal further. The cosmetic updates are not only available at exterior, but inside the cabin as well. A tan upholstery with diamond stitching and contrast soft touch tan trim on the dashboard and floor mats give it an appealing look.


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On the powertrain front, the hatchback and the sedan come with same engine and transmission options, while the power and torque output of these cars remain same as well. The Punto Evo Karbon edition takes power from a 1.3-litre Multijet diesel engine paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. On the other hand, the Linea also draws power from the same engine and gets the same transmission unit as well.