The car’s compact size and low cost means it’ll make do with a manual folding soft-top and provide seating for only two passengers. Slightly revised styling will most likely be handled by one of Italy’s famed design houses but most of the lines from the hardtop will carry over untouched.
Engine options will likely remain the same as the hardtop, which means the new 70hp 1.2L and 100hp 1.4L petrol engines and the ultra-efficient 75hp 1.3L Multijet diesel will carry over.
Also planned for production is the new sporty Abarth version, which has been spotted undergoing testing at the Nurburgring. The test mule was seen sporting larger lower-profile tires and is rumoured to be sporting a 150hp turbocharged version of the 1.4L petrol engine.