Fiat Abarth
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Fiat's Punto Evo Abarth, which is undergoing testing on Indian roads, has been caught on camera once again, this time revealing its interior. 

Snapped by My Fiat World, the latest spy shots of Punto Evo Abarth reveal that the hatchback will remain almost the same as the current Punto Evo in the market, except for minor tweaks like contrasting wing mirrors, 'T-Jet' badge on the bootlid and side body decals. The images also show that the Fiat logo, which is seen in the current Punto Evo, will be replaced with the logo of Abarth.

Inside the cabin, the new Punto Evo Abarth is likely to accommodate minor changes to distinguish it from the regular model. 

Under the hood, Punto Evo Abarth is expected to be powered by 1.4-litre T-JET turbocharged petrol engine that can churn out 135PS power at 6,000rpm and 206Nm torque at 1,750rpm. The engine will come mated to a 5-speed gearbox and is likely to clock 0-100kmph in eight seconds. Punto Evo Abarth is likely to be priced at around ₹10 lakh.

Fiat is speculated to introduce Its Abarth brand in India in August with the launch of three models.