Fiat FCC Adventure Concept Down at Sao Paulo
Fiat also known as Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino, is proud to present its new concept car dubbed as FCC Adventure. Said concept car is intended by Fiat Brazil division to wow the audience of San Paulo Auto Show, which is ongoing in said territory. Said auto show is the haven of fresh, luxurious and exotic automobiles which are aimed at making it big in the Brazilian automobile market.
FCC Adventure concept utilizes enhanced Fiat car parts which include the 2.4-liter five-cylinder engine that produces 167-horsepower. Said engine is based from Fiat Stilo Abarth. FCC adventure is equipped with 18-inch rims fully clad in Pirelli PZeros. The latter is integrated with adjustable shocks and 4-wheel independent suspension.
The gorgeous and agile muscle car displays a one-of-a-kind paintjob courtesy of color-changing paint, which ranges from yellow to red. Inside the FFC cabin is competition-themed five-point racing harness. The vehicle is also given an insanely raked windshield to achieve a sportscar-on-'roids aura.
Fiat, the biggest Italian automaker, is based in Turin, Northern Italy. The company was founded by a group of investors in the year 1899. The name of the automaker means 'let there be'. Prominent range of cars of Fiat includes Panda, Punto, Stilo, Idea, Croma, Ulysse and DoblÚ. Nowadays, Fiat runs famous firms such as Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Autobianchi, Fiat, Innocenti, Lancia, and Maserati. In fact, the luxury brand of Ferrari is also owned by Fiat. However, the latter is run autonomously. In the Fiat clan, Ferrari accounts for 3.2 percent of the light automobile sales for the fiscal year 2004.
Another milestone that can be attributed to Fiat is its excellence that has been recognized by several automobile authorities. Moreover, it is the only automaker, which has been given the European Car of the Year award for eleven times in a span of 40 years.
Today, Fiat is also awaiting other car enthusiasts as it invades the 2006 Paris Auto Show. Its youthful, refreshing, well-rounded and domineering vehicles are outstandingly displayed at the auto show to draw the crowd closer as well as to tickle the fantasies of potential purchasers. The design, colors and liveries of Fiat cars stand out against the background. Their striking charm cannot be denied by any of the member of the crowd.
About the Author: Jenny McLane is a 36 year old native of Iowa and has a knack for research on cars and anything and everything about it. She works full time as a Market Analyst for one of the leading car parts suppliers in the country today.